To scare people into selling their homes so he could expand his Sharkland amusement park empire.
Two unnamed TV actors as accomplices, who pretended to be terrified swimmers who saw their friend Max get eaten.
Hired by Max.
Uncle Thurmond's estate in Miami
Buried mall beneath the estate
In the arrest panel, the actor who pretended to be a witness to the death of Max has brown hair. In earlier panels he has blond hair.
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or oddities
Robbie Busch opens a trio of three excellent Scooby-Snacks. His "Miami Frights" features an excellent monster cunningly designed by Robert Pope, who is also on his game when having the gang follow clues or surf the waves.
The clues lead to an imaginative hideout, which is given an eerie ambiance by inker Scott McRae. The solution draws from the fairplay deck, and the scoundrel would have gotten away with it if not for "those meddling kids and their dog."