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Outside Madame Tussauds before our tour of the experience, several classic Ecto-1 cars were waiting with crews of Ghostbusters milling nearby.
Ghostbusters gotta eat.
Some people stopped to stare at the cars, but they fit right in at Times Square.
Original "Ghostbusters" director Ivan Reitman stopped in to talk about the new exhibit along with representatives from Sony Pictures and The Void.
Inside the Ghostbusters Experience exhibit at Madame Tussauds, Al Roker warns of ghosts.
I see ghosts in a subway car.
A haunted hallway. The pictures come alive, a clever touch.
The closest I've been to Leslie Jones, seen here in wax.
Kate McKinnon looks badass in what looks like a recreation of CNET's PC lab.
Melissa McCarthy, ready to blast Slimer across the room.
Kristen Wiig, also facing off against Slimer (these wax statues are super-realistic).
A creepy player piano tinkles away with a familiar tune.
A long stairway descends into the next part of the exhibit: VR.
The Void's custom-made Ghostbuster: Dimension experience begins with an instructional video, like a theme park.
Remember, it's a historic landmark.
The Void's VR hardware awaits in racks, before the experience begins.
Getting suited up with a helmet, vibrating vest, backpack and a blaster.
I feel a little bit like a Ghostbuster. Inside, we walk through a series of rooms while in VR, battling ghosts like we're in a massive holodeck.
Last, the helmet. Tight fit over the glasses.
VR photos are rarely flattering.
A "Ghostbusters" motorcycle on display.
Superfans arrived decked out in costumes of their own creation. Check out that wild custom-made proton pack.