From the moment the lights go dim, the audience is entranced by Scooby Doo and the Mystery Inc. Gang.
Lisa Stelter and her four-year-old son, Mausten, know many of the episodes by heart.
"We have been Scooby Doo fans since we have been children, my husband and I. So, it's just natural that things that we watched growing up they start watching too," said Lisa.
She says Scooby brings imagination out of children and that Mausten likes the mystery van most.
"He likes the mysteries. He loves to solve the mysteries. He's a little bit spooked about the ghosts, so he'll cover himself under blankies," said Lisa.
The Stelters will be in the audience next Thursday at the Washington Pavilion as Scooby tries to solve the mystery and unmask the ghost-of-the-night.
"I'm expecting him to light up. Eyes large and super excited. I'll probably have to contain him, so he doesn't chase Scooby!"
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