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For other uses, see Spooky Space Kook (disambiguation).
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The Spooky Space Kook was the disguise of Henry Bascombe.

Physical appearance

It appeared to be a ghostly apparition of a humanoid inside of a blue spacesuit. A skull was visible through the helmet, with dull yellow eyes set inside black sockets.

Powers and abilities

The Spooky Space Kook left glowing footprints and fingerprints that dissipate after an undetermined time. This was later revealed to be due to rubber gloves and boots dipped in phosphorous.

Personality

It tried to scare off snoopers with its high-pitched laugh.

History

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

Season one

Henry Bascombe unmasked

Henry Bascombe unmasked.

The Spooky Space Kook terrorized a local airfield.

When Scooby-Doo managed to get the Spooky Space Kook trapped in an air tunnel, the costume fell off, revealing the identity of Henry Bascombe, the next door neighbor of a local farmer. He was trying to scare the farmer and the Air Force into selling their lands cheap.[1]

Scooby-Doo! and the Curse of the 13th Ghost

The gang had apparently been given the suit as a keepsake, but when they were forbade to pursue anymore mysteries after nabbing the wrong guy, this necessitated to remove all trace of their past mysteries, which included having a garage sale of selling off the Spooky Space Kook suit (with the helmet detached from the body) along with other mementos.[2]

Appearances

Other versions

Gold Key Comics adaptation

The Spooky Space Kook

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Archie Comics adaptation

Spooky Space Kook (Archie Comics)

Archie Comics

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Scooby-Doo (DC Comics)

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Notes/trivia

Spacekookmodelsheet

Model sheet.

  • The name given to the monster is only an approximation of the episode's title, it isn't given an official name on-screen. Modern interpretations will usually simplify it as "Space Kook".
    • Its model sheet referred it as the "Ghostly Spaceman".
  • It cameoed in the comic-book style opening of the direct-to-video film Scooby-Doo! Mask of the Blue Falcon. It also appeared in the intro of the direct-to-video film Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery.

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (Latin America) El Fantasma de Otro Mundo Ghost of Other World
Polish Kosmiczne straszydło Spaceship Bogeyman
Portuguese (South America) O Fantasma Espacial The Space Ghost
Slovenian Fantom iz Drugega Sveta Phantom from the Other World

References

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