Ruthie the duck girl
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Ruthie the Duck Girl, born Ruth Grace Moulon (1933/4 - September 6, 2008) was a notable figure in the French Quarter of New Orleans. She was often seen riding from bar to bar on roller skates wearing eccentric furs, drinking Budweiser and smoking Kool cigarettes while accompanied by a couple of ducks.
Every year, Ruthie would attend the Mardi Gras parade in a wedding dress, stating should was to marry her long lost love, Gary Moody of the Moody Barn, whom she met while he was visiting during his time in the Navy.
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