During A High-Speed Chase, Fort Worth Police Spot Ghostbusters While chasing another vehicle, police in Fort Worth, Texas, spotted an SUV on the road with the Ghostbusters insignia. Turns out, it was some paranormal experts from Dallas.
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During A High-Speed Chase, Fort Worth Police Spot Ghostbusters

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During A High-Speed Chase, Fort Worth Police Spot Ghostbusters

During A High-Speed Chase, Fort Worth Police Spot Ghostbusters

During A High-Speed Chase, Fort Worth Police Spot Ghostbusters

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While chasing another vehicle, police in Fort Worth, Texas, spotted an SUV on the road with the Ghostbusters insignia. Turns out, it was some paranormal experts from Dallas.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Police in Fort Worth, Texas, posted a screenshot with the hashtag #whoyougonnacall (ph). While chasing another vehicle, they had spotted this SUV on the road with the "Ghostbusters" insignia. Turns out, it was some paranormal experts from Dallas. And I'm sorry, is this funny or should police be worried they have real-life Ghostbusters in town?

(SOUNDBITE OF FILM, "GHOSTBUSTERS")

DAN AYKROYD: (As Dr. Raymond Stantz) Cross the streams.

BILL MURRAY: (As Dr. Peter Venkman) You're going to endanger us. You're going to endanger our client, the nice lady who paid us in advance before she became a dog.

GREENE: It's MORNING EDITION.

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