Danny was walking home from school when his ghost sense went off.

"Now what!" He asked himself. He ran off behind the school so no one would see him. "I'm going ghost!" He yelled. Two energy rings formed around his body and he transformed into Danny Phantom. He went invisible and flew towards an empty warehouse. He phased through the wall and found the box ghost rummaging through the boxes. "Oh great, you again." He said, turning visible. The ghost turned around.

"I am the box ghost." He said "And you and your cylindrical container can not possibly defeat me."

"You mind? I have homework." Danny said, bored.

"There will be no time for homework when I defeat you!" Danny pulled out the Fenton Thermos and sucked the box ghost inside. "I will have my..." Danny cut him off by putting the lid on the thermos.

"How stupid can a guy get?" Danny asked himself and slung the thermos back ver his shoulder. He was about to fly home when he heard sirens outside.

"Give up Ghost. We have you surrounded." A voice said from outside. Danny floated out through the roof. He saw that the whole warehouse was surrounded with heavily armed policemen.

"Oh, it's just Inviso-Bill." One of them said, upon seeing him and they all put down their weapons.

"For the last time, it's Danny Phantom! NOT Inviso-Bill!" He yelled at them and turned himself invisible.

"Where'd he go?" Some one asked. Danny smiled and flewhome.


Scooby and the gang were in the Mystery Machine heading to a new town.

"So, like, where are we heading now?" Shaggy asked.

"To Amity Park." Velma answered.

"Oh. Why?" Velma handed him a newspaper. Shaggy read the headline, 'Amity Park ghosts still on the loose!' "Zoinks! Ggggghosts!" Shaggy yelled.

"Roast!" Scooby repeated and hid under a blanket.

"Relax guys. There's no such things as ghosts." Daphne said. Scooby popped his head out.

"Oh no." Said Shaggy. "Then what's that?" he held up the newspaper and pointed to a picture of a white haired ghost with green eyes and wearing a black lab suit, fighting other ghosts.

"Reah!" Scooby said.

"That's what we want to know." Fred said. "That's why we're heading to Amity park. To solve this mystery." Shaggy looked out the window and sighed.

"This is going to be one, like, long day.

ddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddDanny landed by the front door to his house, still invisible. He looked around to make sure no one was around before he transformed back into Danny Fenton. He opened the door and waked inside. As he walked passed the kitchen he saw Jazz working on her homework.

"Hi Danny. How was school?" She asked him.

"What do you mean how was school? You were there, you know what happened."

"I'm not in any of your classes."

"What classes? There was a ghost attack and the school was evacuated most of the day. What planet were you on?" Danny said to her.

"Never mind. Pretend I never said anything." Danny started to head upstairs. "Oh by, the way. Mom and Dad are working on a new invention so don't bother them."

"Not a problem." Danny replied and went upstairs to his room.


The Mystery Machine puled up into the parking lot of a small hotel.

"Here we are gang," Fred said, stepping out of the van. " Amity Park Inn." Scooby and Shaggy peeked out the van and looked out the inn. It looked abandoned and the few lights that were inside were flickering on and off. They pulled their heads back into the van.

"Like, you guys go in. Me and Scoob will stay here and," he searched for an excuse. "like, guard the Mystery Machine." Daphne put her hands on her hip.

"Come on guys. That excuse again." She reached into the van and pulled out a blue-green box. "Will you do it for a Scooby Snack?" They closed their eyes and crossed their arms.

"Uh-uh." They said simultaneously.

"How about two Scooby Snacks." They shook their heads. "Okay then, three." They opened one eye.

"Okay. Three." Shaggy said. Daphne took out six Scooby Snacks and tossed them to Scooby and Shaggy, who caught them in their mouths.

"Now that we're all set, let's go in." Fred said and walked into the inn with the rest of the gang close behind.