Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
Wander Hills Orphanage was once an orphanage in Queens until it was burned down. Over the decades the property suffered numerous time-warp hauntings due to the repeat manifestations of the ghost of the orphanage's former headmistress, Ellen Gold.
Wander Hills Orphanage stood until 1920 when it burned down after a tree adjacent to the building caught fire during a lightning storm. The blazing tree then collapsed into the east wing of the lower floor. Headmistress Ellen Gold had locked all of the orphanage's children in their rooms during the storm. Gold and all of the children died in the fire.
However, this was not the last time Wander Hills would be seen. Over the decades, six occurrences of the Wander Hills manifestation were reported. In 1922, Gold was seen in the attic of the house built over the orphanage grounds just before the house caught fire. In 1944, the children of three families living in apartments built at the time reporting seeing ghosts of children just two days before their own deaths. Sightings continued in 1963, 1973, 1984, and 1989.
In the 1990s, the Sunderland family were the current owners of the property. They hired the Ghostbusters when Wander Hills manifested again. Ray Stantz and Egon Spengler discovered Gold in the kitchen and opened fire. Winston Zeddemore and Peter Venkman joined in from above and Gold was trapped. So far, the Sunderland family reported no further manifestations of Wander Hills.
Ellen Gold was released when the Containment Unit was manually vented to prevent a catastrophic explosion. She immediately tried to manifest familiar surroundings but due to being a long distance away from the original Wander Hills, Gold wasn't completely successful.  Once Gold was trapped, the Firehouse's basement returned to normal.
The time-warp haunting of Wander Hills is a rare occurrence of "Temporal Displacement Haunting" in which latent psychokinetic energy in the physical space of the orphanage once stood was manipulated by the ghost of Ellen Gold. This lead to a psychic reconstruction of Wander Hills, irrespective of the laws of physics. While the building appeared normal on the outside, the exterior was an exact facsimile of the orphanage.
- Egon mentions the Wander Hills Manifestation has readings quadruple that of the Amityville House.
- A head of a Bog Hound, seen in "The Scaring of the Green." is mounted inside the house.
- The portraits feature working designs of Ellen Gold.
- Between Ray and Egon is a cake, the Phantom Craftwork from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions)
- The chalkboard references Chef Sargossa from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions)
- The chalkboard references Hotel de Gustav, from where the Gustav's Self-Service Tray originates in Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions)
- The chalkboard references the recipe for Chicken Bane Soup used in "Poultrygeist"
- A Werechicken from "Poultrygeist" is behind Egon.
- On Page 8 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #20
- Above the Containment Unit is the portrait of Ivo Shandor's Mother seen in Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions)
- The other frames are
- The top frame among the group of three by Ivo Shandor's Mother is the Still Life with onions, beet root and Japanese print by Paul Gauguin in 1889. In Ghostbusters II, Dana Barrett was cleaning this Gauguin in the Manhattan Museum of Art when Peter visited her.
- One of the Wander Hills Children seen in Volume 1 Issue #2, Page 15, Panel 3, is in a frame by the window
- On Page 10 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #20
- Still present in the Wander Hills Manifestation is:
- In panel two, on Peter's right is the Demon in Picture from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood"
- In panel three is the organ is from Disney's Haunted Mansion
- ↑ Egon Spengler (2014). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #20" (2014) (Comic p.10). Egon says: "The ghost is trying to manifest a familiar set of surroundings but we're miles from the source of the original haunting. It's having difficulty."