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Kate McKinnon takes a tour of haunted Brooklyn

August 10, 2018 By Sara Bosworth Special to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Kate McKinnon. Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

It’s been two years since Kate McKinnon appeared in the female-fronted Ghostbusters (2016), but it seems the actress and comedian still has ghosts on the brain. 

McKinnon was spotted in Brooklyn last week on the Madame Morbid Tour, the funeral-parlor-meets-“Pimp-My-Ride” trolley bus that takes its passengers on a jaunt around Brooklyn’s spookiest locales; from alleged Mafia dumping sites to Revolutionary War-era burial grounds.  

She didn’t waste the opportunity to show off her “Ghostbuster” education. Page Six reports that McKinnon participated in the tour’s trivia game, shouting out answers to questions like the content of “the Ghostbuster ruling,” which maintains that if a house is considered haunted, potential homebuyers have the right to know. 

McKinnon’s newest film, “The Spy Who Dumped Me,” has received mixed reviews, but she has long been praised for her celebrity impressions on “Saturday Night Live,” where she impersonates household names from Justin Bieber to Rudy Giuliani. 

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