Ghostbusters car visits Stratford Centre to mark Halloween

PUBLISHED: 11:09 02 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:09 02 November 2017

Young ghostbusters pose with the Ecto-1 car

Young ghostbusters pose with the Ecto-1 car

Keeley Roberts

There was something strange in the neighbourhood - but a group of young Ghostbusters were on the case.

The Ecto-1 car from Ghostbusters pulled into the Stratford Centre for HalloweenThe Ecto-1 car from Ghostbusters pulled into the Stratford Centre for Halloween

The iconic Ecto-1 car from the hit film franchise drove into the Stratford Centre as part of its Halloween celebrations, with shoppers able to pose for photographs.

Young visitors could dress up in Ghostbusters outfits and were also able to join in with special creepy activities, with more than 400 children making their own jar of slime to take home.

They could also take part in a treasure hunt around the shopping centre, searching for hidden phantoms in store windows.

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