Scooby Doo and the Pink Moscato Ghost

Pink Moscato
Pink Moscato is served

It was just another typical day for Scooby Doo and his friends: Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne. The Mystery Machine had broken down yet again, even though the gang had asked Fred about twenty times to take it in for its service. And of course, yet again, it had decided to break down in the middle of the night, while it was raining, with the only semblance of hope lying in a spooky old mansion just down the road.

As they tried desperately to get the engine to turn over, the group put forward varying ideas about how they should get out of their predicament. Velma, the ever sensible one, suggested they either call a taxi or book an Uber to get home—to which Scooby, Shaggy and Daphne all thought was the best idea.

Fred, on the other hand, noticed a faint light in one of the windows of the spooky mansion and insisted they check it out in case it was a new mystery to solve. For what seemed like the billionth time, Fred’s idea somehow won out and before they knew it they were darting through the rain and awaiting at the front door of the mansion.

Fred tried the door and, as luck would have it, it was unlocked. The gang walked in and immediately felt a chill in the air. They wandered around the living room, before hearing a ghoulish sound from downstairs in the basement. Everyone except Fred suggested they leave, but once again, somehow they went for the scarier option.

They wandered around the basement, seeing nothing but cobwebs and shadows. Finally, they stumbled upon an old wine rack, and could just make out the labels of the rows and rows of bottle before them. They were all bottles of Pink Moscato.

Then, out of nowhere, a great light appeared. It was a ghost, and it spoke to them in a terrifying voice. “I am the Pink Moscato Ghost, and you must leave this place or face a terrible fate.” Then it disappeared into the darkness.

The group took a vote on whether to stay or leave. It was a resounding decision to go, except from Fred. But before he could have his way again, Velma demanded another vote. “Everyone who wants to disown Fred from the gang, say ‘aye’.”

And with that, Fred was left to hunt the Pink Moscato Ghost on his own.