The Ghostbusters (Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler, and Winston Zeddmore) were called out of retirement by the State of New York. It seems that a ghostly apparition seemed to be haunting the Albany offices of one of the state's Senators.
The Ghostbusters, who rose to fame in 1984, were quick to respond in their wheelchairs and walkers to the state capital with their equipment. Measurements, tests, and studies determined the haunting of a ghastly presence and preparations were made to remove the evil spirit.
A local staffer, however, revealed that the horror in the office was none other than Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. While Dr. Spengler confirmed that she is colder than a witch's tit and is a spooky apparition, she is not a ghost (regarless of her skin tones).
With the knowledge secure that the haunting was over, the four defenders of the state were allowed to return to their resthomes in private.
Said Dr. Venkman, "I still ain't afraid of no ghosts, but that Hillary scares the shit out of me."