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Vital Statistics
Species Ghost
Gender Female
Hair color White, with a blue streak
Eye color Black
Other Statistics
Powers and abilities Intangibility
Occupation Student
Affiliation Miss Grimwood's Finishing School for Ghouls
Family Phantom Father (father)
Production Details
First appearance Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School
Played by Russi Taylor

Phantasma is a phantom/ghost student of Miss Grimwood's Finishing School for Ghouls.

Physical appearance

Phantasma is transparent, highlighted by a blue tinge. She has short white hair with a blue streak, worn in a sideways ponytail. She wears a simple light blue dress with high heeled white cowgirl boots.


Phantasma is the most loud, hyperactive, and playful of the girls, and has a very high-pitched laugh that she uses usually before speaking and to express her feelings. She is also silly and wacky, but is actually smarter than she appears. She also loves to play, float, and run around.

Powers and abilities

Since she is a ghost, she can float through many objects. She can also spin her head around like an owl. As a spectre, Phantasma can become intangible at will. This makes her able to phase through both inanimate objects and people alike. Naturally this makes her both difficult to catch and wound. As a spirit she is unable to die and is virtually immune to physical attacks although magic of sufficient power can subdue her.


Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School

Her gift to her father was a composition which she wrote and played with Miss Grimwood's hand keyboard with her octopus butler on drums; it was called "Duet for Three Hands and Six Tentacles".[1]



Phantasma: We need a coach with spirit.

Phantasma: Yeah! It's really off the wall!

Phantasma: That's a howl, Winnie, ah hahahahah.

Phantasma: Bogs never bother me! Of course, my phantom feet never get tired!


  • She is the most talented and artistic of the girls; showing proficiency at playing the organ and writing her own songs (however her music inspires fear and is generally morbid in nature), and is good at swimming.