The Buffalo Ghostbusters are a group of fans who like to dress-up as characters from the popular movies.
AMHERST, N.Y. (WKBW) - The Buffalo Ghostbusters are a group of fans who like to dress-up as characters from the popular movies. They formed in 2011.
Dan Liberg, Glenn Goodberry and the rest of the Ghostbusters are trading in their ghost-catching business for charity.
For the past two years, they've been raising money to buy toys to donate to Toys for Tots.
In the first year they raised $150, and last year they raised $575. This year they have raised $1800 with the help of the Director of the latest Ghostbuster movie, Paul Feig.
Liberg tweeted at Feig on Friday asking him 'retweet or better year match' the donations. Feig is now donating $920.
The Buffalo Ghostbusters are planning to go to the Toys“R”Us on Sheridan Drive in Amherst on Wednesday fully dressed in their Ghostbusters uniforms while they shop for toys.
"We've already let Toys“R”Us know we're coming, so they're not scared when we all walk in," Liberg said. "We're going to walk around and buy as many toys as we can with that money."
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