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Coast-to-Ghost is the eleventh episode of The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo.


When Vincent Van Ghoul's entire body slowly turns to stone, Scooby and the gang wind up in cahoots with Bogel and Weerd while fending off two overzealous FBI agents.


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Main characters:

Supporting characters:


  • Rankor (only appearance)
  • Bogel
  • Weerd
  • Delivery guy (only appearance)(redeemed)
  • Head of S.A.P.S. (only appearance)
  • Plant monster (only appearance)(no lines)

Other characters:

  • Regis (only appearance)
  • Toomey (only appearance)
  • Eddie Rickenbumper (only appearance)





Don Messick Scooby-Doo
Casey Kasem Shaggy Rogers
Heather North Daphne Blake
Susan Blu Flim-Flam
Vincent Price Vincent Van Ghoul
Howard Morris Bogel
Arte Johnson Weerd
Delivery guy
Hamilton Camp Rankor
Eddie Rickenbumper
Kenneth Mars Toomey


  • This is another episode when Vincent Van Ghoul doesn't recite an opening poem.
  • After eleven episodes the gang still doesn't know Bogel and Weerd's names, although this is the first episode they've explicitly revealed themselves without disguises like in previous episodes. Incidentally, they do wear suits while pretending to be reformed.
  • This is the third appearance of the Mystery Flying Machine and the second appearance of the Specter Detector.
  • Rankor is the only one of the 13 ghosts to return to the Chest of his own volition, instead of being recaptured by the gang. Being a vampire, he was going to be destroyed by the sunlight, so he chose to jump back into a safe dark place, ie the Chest. It is not clear in the episode, though, that he knew it was the chest.
  • This is the first episode the gang refer to their van by name, calling it the Mystery Machine; however, due to being a different model and painted red instead of green, it's unclear if this is supposed to be the original Mystery Machine which Mystery Inc. drove around in before and after this series. The direct-to-video film Scooby-Doo! and the Curse of the 13th Ghost, retcons it as two vans, but Daphne alludes to a different name she won't divulge, so instead she goes with Velma's inquiry of "Miss-tery Machine".


Cultural references

  • Shaggy refers to the Red Baron, the German ace fighter pilot in World War 1.
  • The blimp the gang lands on says "Eat at Tom's", presumably a reference to Tom Ruegger.  This is a reference to the old term "Eat At Joe's", often used in Looney Tunes cartoons since the 1940s.

Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches

  • As the crystal ball rolls on the floor from when Bogel and Weerd accidentally dropping it, Vincent's clothes are normal when they should still be stone.
  • At some point, when the gang looks into the crystal ball, Vincent Van Ghoul moves at least one inch, even if he's turned to stone.

Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities

  • Regis and Toomey, despite being FBI agents, act as glorified security guards worried about the thefts of parade float flowers.
    • Daphne refers to them as detectives, this is both inaccurate in their rank and place of work.
    • They also ride a police helicopter.
  • On the Fly-By-Nite Airlines sign it also reads underneath: "Dedicated to all the late night passengers who chose to go Fly-By-Nite", but Shaggy says "Dedicated to all those late night passengers who have flown Fly-By-Nite".

Home media


Rankor: This is Rankor calling the Spook and Poltergeist Society. Come in SAPS!

External links

  • TBA