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Is the ghost of John Wilkes Boothe haunting an innocent history professor? The gang wouldn't be so sure of that!
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- Ghost of John Wilkes Booth (single appearance)(Robert Mitchell's disguise)
- Taylor (single appearance)(redeemed)
- Robert Mitchell (single appearance)(redeemed)
- Students (single appearance)(no lines)
- Emily Cook's home
- Emily Cook's history class
|Walter Cook||The ghost seemed to only appear when he was out on one of his walks or after he had gone up to bed.|
| Robert Mitchell as the Ghost of John Wilkes Booth|
|They were sure they wouldn't pass the exam so they tried to scare Mrs. Cook out of giving it to them.|
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John Rozum informs the reader about the life of John Wilkes Boothe. He plausibly connects the Gang to the professor and cleverly throws in a metafictional joke involving their eternal youth.
Rozum trips up our ghost with a perfect clue requiring the Gang's acumen. He also gives Scoob and his friends depth that pertains to their behavior outside of the trappings of the mystery. This is something I have always liked about Rozum's take on Mystery Inc. He imagines their life beyond that of unmasking fake ghosts.
Artists Roberto Barrios Angelelli and Horacio Ottolini mesh well to forge a spooky drama. They impressed so much that I almost thought Joe Staton had returned to the book.