The ghost had a skeletal pale white face with no nose, blue eyes, and yellowish teeth. His attire was of 1920s gangster era comprised of an old-fashioned, double-breasted blue pinstripe suit with a dark blue shirt underneath and a white necktie, red boutonnière flower, black and white alligator leather shoes, and a gray fedora hat with a black stripe. He had long, wavy white hair, unlike the real Al Cabone, who had short brown hair.
He had stereotypical gangster mannerisms, often saying "see?" at the end of sentences.
Powers and abilities
He had the unexplained ability to float in midair (perhaps a cosmetic trick employed by Prestina, who was herself a stage magician).
Al Cabone was a gangster who buried stolen money beneath his house. When the cops came for him, he swore he'd come back and get his money, but he spent the rest of his life in jail, and his house was torn down and replaced with a TV station.
A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
His ghost came back to haunt the HBTV station, scaring away everyone. The station manager reveals that, if the ghost isn't taken care of, he'll have to close down the station.
The gang put on their own show of For Letter or Worse, with the ghost and Scooby as the contestants. Scooby solved the puzzle which reveals the ghost's true identity, Prestina. Prestina's show was canceled, and she didn't want anyone to have a show at HBTV if she couldn't, so she tried to scare everyone away from the station and drive it out of business.
- Aside from long white hair and skeletal appearance, the ghost is a reference of infamous crime lord Al Capone.