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This is the Ghost of Captain Cutler from the second episode of "Scooby Doo, Where Are You?" A Clue For Scooby Doo (though I kinda wonder why they didn't just call it Scuba Duba Doo instead?). This is definate villain! He is so badass, Cutler's one of the first masked horror movie killers in a cartoon. Plus I think this is where Stephen Hillenburg got his inspiration for one of the villains in The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie. I only wish I could find seaweed to put on him, but Heromachine, dosen't have it.

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This one here is the Ape Man from the Scooby Doo episode, Never Ape an Ape Man. This is the villain who wreaks havac on a film set directed by Daphne's uncle.

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Here's another villain from Scooby Doo, Where Are You. This is the Ghost of Elias Kingston from the episode, What The Hex Going On?, where Scooby and the gang see a friend's uncle enter the spook's mansion and come out an old man!

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This one here is the Frankenstein monster from the Scooby Doo episode, Gaggle Of Galloping Ghosts. He is also one of the three villains who haunts the Franken Castle and chase Scooby and Shaggy around the pantry and the laboratory. And I gotta say, he sure can run for a decaying humanoid.

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This is The Ghost of Dr. Coffin, from the Scooby Doo episode, The Harum-Scarum Sanitarium. If you thought your first trip to the hospital was scary, well you haven't met this guy. :iconevilgrin2plz:

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From the Scooby Doo episode, Bedlam In The Big Top, this Ghost Clown hypnotizes the gang into performing some crazy circus acts.

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This one here is the Miner Forty-Niner. A ghost who haunts an old mine in the 4th "Scooby Doo Where Are You" episode, Mine Your Own Business. Even though I didn't like how they changed him in Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, I think it would have been cool if he had a pick-axe for a weapon. The lantern, I thought should add more to his character.

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This is the mummy that chases Scooby and the gang in Scooby Doo and The Mummy Too! He is called the Mummy of Ankah, an evil Egyptain ruler who was cursed to come back to life if he was removed from his tomb and turn people to stone.

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Here's the zombie from the Scooby Doo episode, Which Is Witch? He's a minion to an evil witch who haunts a swamp.

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This is the No-Faced Zombie from the Scooby Doo episode, The No-Faced Zombie Chase. I decided to color his tattered robe brown, instead of pink like in the cartoon, because I thought hee looked kind of silly even in a Scooby Doo episode.

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