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- Blanca (no lines)
- Tiny (no lines)
- Mrs. Van Gelt (single appearance)
- Mr. Van Gelt (single appearance)
- Jeeves (single appearance)
- Social women (single appearance)
- Betsy Gotbucks (single appearance)
- Buisness fellows (single appearance)
- High Society Garden Party Spector (single appearance)(disguise)/
- Van Gelt Mansion
- Van Gelts' High Society Garden Party
|Trevor Van Gelt, Prudence Van Gelt, and Harrison Van Gelt||Were upset that they and the rest of the kids had to be entertained by the Ghastley's carnival instead of going to their parents garden party.|
|Social women||Wanted to take Mrs. Van Gelt's place at the forefront of the social season.|
|Betsy Gotbucks||Would do anything to sabotage her own best friend, Mrs. Van Gelt's position at the forefront of the social season.|
|Buisness fellows||Mr. Van Gelt beat out all of them on buisness deals recently and they would be happy to see Mr. Van Gelt humiliated.|
|Trevor Van Gelt, Prudence Van Gelt, and Harrison Van Gelt as the High Society Garden Party Spector||Revenge for not being invited to their parents' own garden party, because all they cared about were their parties and Mr. Van Gelt's own buisness deals.|
- Scooby-Doo! Where Are You? #39 (November 2013).
Sholly Fish's story in Scooby-Doo isn't really funny. He offers rock solid characterization for the Gang and his returning Ghastlies. He conceives of a classic Shaggy and Scooby comeuppance for the ghost.
The mystery is in where Fish's story really excels. It's a fairplay all-ages drama. Fish introduces the suspects. He gives the reader the clues, and Pope in turn séances a decent and periodic faux ghost for the Gang to unmask. The message at the end of the story doesn't come off as forced but genuinely sweet.