Al Cabone was a gangster whom Prestina based her disguise of the Ghost of Al Cabone on.

Physical appearance

Cabone was a tall, muscular and middle-aged Caucasian male with a threatening appearance. He had tanned skin, an imposing wide chin, big nose, black eyes, black bushy eyebrows, and short brown hair. Since he was a 1920s gangster-era crime lord, he dressed accordingly, in an old-fashioned, double-breasted pinstripe blue suit, dark blue shirt, white necktie, red boutonnière flower, black and white alligator leather shoes, and a gray fedora hat with a black stripe.


Pop O'Conner describes him as the meanest bad guy in the days of the gangsters.


Early life

Al was a gangster in the 1920s and 30's. He was eventually arrested after a fight with the police and spent the rest of his life in prison.

A Pup Named Scooby-Doo

Season one

According to the tale told by Pop O'Conner, he came back as a ghost years later after he had died to look for his treasure, which was buried somewhere underneath the sight of his house; however, his house was torn down to be replaced by the TV station that hosted the For Letter or Worse game show, which featured Shaggy Rogers and Scooby-Doo as contestants.

The ghost of Al Cabone was later revealed to be Prestina. Pop O'Conner and Great Mel were her other disguises, so little if any credibility can be given to the ghost story.



  • He is a spoof of the real-life criminal Al Capone. The way he speaks is based off actor Edward G. Robinson, whom often played gangsters in movies.
  • His ghost doesn't look much like him (his ghost has long white hair, while he has short brown hair).
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