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- This article is about the junior novel. For other uses, see Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster (disambiguation).
A frog-like monster terrorizes a country club where the gang is working at over the summer.
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|Elmer Uggins||He wanted publicity from the Lake Monster.|
|Velma Dinkley possessed by Wanda Grubwort||To get revenge on the town for burning her at the stake.|
- While it is never mentioned in the film, at the end of the novel, the author explains that the remains of the moonstones were sent in envelopes to places all over the world, so that they could never be reunited.
- A picture book adaptation of the film was released alongside the junior novel.
Fred: They scattered the pieces around town last time. I bet scattering them around the globe will keep Wanda from coming back to life.