It's A Ghost Ship

Episode Info Edit

Episode It's A Ghost Ship
Series Scooby Doo Sparks
Written by {{{writtenby}}}
Air Date {{{airdate}}}
Previous Episode Phantom in Nashville
Next Episode How Do The Monsters Do It?

It's A Ghost Ship is the forty-fourth episode of Scooby Doo Sparks. It is the second episode to guest star Goober and the Ghost Chasers. Also guest starring are Big Easy Lofton and Flight Time Lang of the Harlem Globetrotters.


The members of Mystery, Inc. will be leaving Ghost Chasers Magazine soon, but not before they go on one final assignment. The assignment is to cover a Harlem Globetrotters game in News Orleans that is under threat from the Ghost of Redbeard. This time, Ted, Tina, Gillie, and Goober are accompanying them. But even with the help of Big Easy Lofton and Flight Time Lang, can these mystery-solvers solve the mystery?


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Suspects Motive/reason
New Orleans Police Department The NOPD has a history of scandal dating back to the 1970s.
Washington Generals They always lose their games against the Globetrotters.


Culprit Motive/reason
Jerry Hagman as the Ghost of Redbeard and his henchmen as the other ghost pirates They were secretly stealing oil.


  • This episode is based on The New Scooby-Doo Movies episodes, The Ghostly Creep from the Deep and The Mystery of Haunted Island.
  • This episode is the end of a story arc that began with A Magazine for Ghosts and continued with the episodes in between. The events of Legend Of The Mellog are mentioned in particular with Tina mentioning that the defeat of the Mellog by Captain Caveman was big news in the Ghost Chasers Magazine thanks to Mystery, Inc. and increased the number of subscriptions to the magazine.
  • This episode is also the backdoor pilot for a spin-off series starring Goober and the Ghost Chasers.


  • New Orleans, Louisiana

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