|Statue Of Liberty|
|Also Known as||The Jolly Green Giant|
|Appeared in||Ghostbusters II|
Ghostbusters: The Video Game
|Played by||Jim Fye|
"Something that appeals to the best in each and every one of us."
- Ray Stantz; Ghostbusters II
- Egon Spengler; Ghostbusters II
- Winston Zeddmore; Ghostbusters II
- Peter Venkman; Ghostbusters II
The Statue of Liberty was used by the team to make an entrance to the slime-covered museum where Vigo was about to reborn. While huddled at Ecto-1a, the Ghostbusters saw the Statue of Liberty's image on Ecto's license plate. After Ray Stantz and Winston Zeddemore coated the interior with positively charged Psychomagnotheric Slime, the team utilized music as they did with a toaster to animate it. The Statue surfaced near Pier 34, where the Titanic recently appeared, and were escorted by police to the Museum of Art.
After the Ghostbusters entered the building, the Statue of Liberty collapsed, and is seen lying on the ground. Nevertheless, when the Ghostbusters are being honored by the city, the Statue is back in its place on Liberty Island. Two years later, the Psi Energy Pulse triggered by Ilyssa Selwyn passes the Statue of Liberty with no apparent paranormal reaction.
- The Statue of Liberty appeared in the New Ghostbusters II game for the NES. It had the power to shoot fireballs from its torch at ghosts and the book it carries is used as a bomb to clear the sky.
- The Statue of Liberty's torch is constructed of stone and copper, but shatters and is replaced with real flames when the Mood Slime animates it.
- The Statue of Liberty is mentioned on page 12 of Ghostbusters Issue #1.
- In Ghostbusters Issue #2 page 19, Zac mentioned he wanted to go see the Statue of Liberty.