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Scooby-Doo where are you?...Ottawa actually!


Scooby-Doo and the entire Mystery Inc. team are coming to Ottawa, to Centrepointe Theatre, for "Scooby-Doo! Live Musical Mysteries."


And so, Alan and the crew of meddling kids at All In A Day are giving you a chance to win tickets to the show and to meet Scooby, Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne as a VIP package.


All you have to do is solve the All In A Day Mystery Inc. challenges on the program today. Imagine if Scooby and the gang came to town, to discover that someone has, in true Scooby villain style, been dressing up as the Ottawa River Mishapashu creature to scare people away.


(Here's some images of what that creature might look like):


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First Challenge: Send  a photo or drawing of what you think the villain's MASK would look like. Here's more from Alex Reitze who plays Fred in the Scooby Doo Live Musical Mystery show.
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Second Challenge:  Send your theory as to who in Ottawa would be dressing up like the Mishepishu. Here's more from Stephanie Gandolfo who plays Daphne in the show.
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Third Challenge: Call 613-288-6519 with your best Mishapashu sound. Here's more from Garrett Lewis Dill, who plays Shaggy in the show.
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Fourth Challenge: Email with your theory as to where the bad guys could hide a massive Mishepishu costume in Ottawa.
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Make sure you're sending in your theories by 6 p.m. tonight!

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