Ruth Hale Oliver
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|Ruth Hale Oliver|
April 16, 1910|
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Died||October 3, 1988
Burbank, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Astrologer, newspaper columnist, writer|
|Years active||1949–1988 (her death)|
|Spouse(s)||George Gercke, 1931–40 (divorced)|
|Children||Susan Oliver (daughter)|
Ruth Hale Oliver (April 16, 1910 – October 3, 1988) was an American astrologer, astrology teacher, writer, and occasional actress. Her most notable role was the Librarian Ghost from the beginning of Ghostbusters. She was married to George Gercke in 1931 and divorced in 1940. She died on October 3, 1988 from natural causes at the age of 78. The Olivers had one child, actress Susan Oliver.
- Ghostbusters (1984) - Library Ghost (Last appearance)
- The Basic Principles of Astrology: A Modern View of an Ancient Science, ISBN 1-4254-8604-5 (1-4254-8604-5, softcover), Kessinger Pub Co, 1962
- Astropsychiatry by Harry F. Darling, Ruth Hale Oliver; ISBN 0-87707-111-X (0-87707-111-X), Hardcover, CSA Press, 1973
- Ruth Hale Oliver memorial at Solstice Point website
- Aspects Magazine, Memorial Winter, 1988
- Wilson, Earl (February 24, 1964). "The stars predict stardom for Susan Oliver". Milwaukee Sentinel. Retrieved September 4, 2012.
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