Mystery Inc. unmasks best costumes
When they walked in on Thursday, the hallways lit up. Mystery Inc. was one of the many groups that dressed up for Halloween, but what makes them special is that they have been planning this for weeks.
“Yeah we bought our costumes last week, but we’ve been planning this way before then,” says Daphne.
They have all the characters of the characters of the famous group except for a Scooby. This makes sense though because they are portraying the classic case of “Where are you, Scooby-Doo?”
Daphne found all the pieces to her costume from various stores including Party City and thrift shops like Savers. Shaggy’s realistic costume is complete with the right colored wig and also a well-practiced walk to accompany his goofy character.
Fred is the leader and has the ascot to prove it. The original sweater and the classic line, “Let’s split up, gang,” came together to create the Mystery Machine driver.
Jinkies! Velma came into school adorned in her favorite color, orange. She looked as smart as ever while wearing her wool skirt and the over-sized orange sweater.
The gang went trick-or-treating on Halloween night and they also had a very yummy Halloween dinner at Shaggy’s house.
The upperclassmen at Heritage know exactly how to show spirit, and Halloween was the perfect example.by
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