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Five-year-old London Green ain’t afraid of no ghost — and he proved it Monday when he became an honorary Ghostbuster in Sacramento, Calif.
After undergoing four open-heart surgeries and spending 121 days in the hospital, London is finally “healthy and happy,” his dad, Stuart Green, told ABC 10 in Sacramento.
And thanks to Make-A-Wish, the little Green finally got to have some fun by playing out one of his favorite films, the 1984 classic Ghostbusters.
Suited up with a full uniform, which of course included the proton pack, the Modesto boy had a crowd of fans cheering him on as he investigated and eliminated paranormal activity — even battling the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
A number of city officials, including the chief of police and mayor, thanked Green for ridding the town of troublesome ghosts.
To top it all off, Green received a video message from one of the original Ghostbusters, Ernie Hudson, who played Winston Zeddemore in two of the live-action films.
“London we’re proud of you, have fun and get out and bust some ghosts!” he said.
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