|This needs a stretch.|
|Release date||October 2005|
|Part of||Scooby-Doo! #99|
|Pencils||Robert W. Pope|
|Letters||Nick J. Napolitano|
|Previous||The Fright Aquatic|
|Next||Things That Go Bump In The Walls|
A customer at a dude ranch tells a strange tale of a ghostly cowgirl. Daphne Blake quickly spots something that tells her he's lying.
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- Tex (single appearance)
- Dude Ranch
|Chester, making up the phony story of him seeing the Ghost of Tilly the Kid||It turns out he found a deposit of gold nuggets of Tex's property, and he spent all night digging it up, and he told that phony ghost story to cover his tracks.|
- The supposed flaw that they find in the story, that the storyteller could not have tripped over a cow at night because cows sleep standing up, is wrong. Cows lie down to sleep.
The puzzles by Scholly Fisch, Paul Pope and Campanella on inks in two pages create a mystery, give the reader a suspect and use mistakes as the way to the solve the visual riddles. It's funny but the only comic book that recognizes mistakes, as what they are is Rooby-Rooby-Roo!