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Scooby-Doo’s Mystery Machine Now on Airbnb

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That’s right! Matthew Lilliard, the actor who played Shaggy in Scooby-Doo, has listed the iconic Mystery Machine that transported the gang during their mystery-solving trips.

Sporting flower power hippie vibes, the camper van is bringing the groove back with nostalgic elements found inside, such as a lava lamp, a retro TV, and a portable CD player where guests can listen to Sugar Ray’s album.

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Photo courtesy of Hanna Barbera/Airbnb

The promotion comes two decades since the release of the first live-action “Scooby-Doo.”

“To celebrate the epic anniversary (and share the power of Shaggy with others), I’m inviting a few fans over for a stay in the groovy Mystery Machine. Let’s throw it back to 2002 and Scooby Dooby Doooo!” stated Lilliard’s AirBnB listing.

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Photo courtesy of Hanna Barbera/Airbnb

Upon arrival, guests will receive a virtual greeting from Lilliard, where he will also share his favorite memories of filming the Scooby-Doo movies. 

The stay is inclusive of a snack buffet and a selection to choose from for dinner featuring Shaggy & Scooby’s go-to munchies. Mystery games will be abundant too during the stay.

Guests will also be able to have a late-night re-watch of Scooby-Doo. Popcorn, candy, and Scooby Snacks will be provided by the host. 

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Photo courtesy of Hanna Barbera/Airbnb

A stay in the iconic camper van is enough to make this Southern California trip one for the books, but an outdoor setup will take things further. To take advantage of the scenic location, the setup will have enough lounge seating and hammock space for chilling outside.

Upon checking the listing, it seems that the Mystery Machine is parked somewhere in Malibu, where it’s overlooking the Pacific Ocean and nearby mountains.

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Photo courtesy of Hanna Barbera/Airbnb

What doesn’t come as a mystery is how much a stay in the RV would cost for guests. Anyone who successfully books the rig only has to pay $20 for a night in the Mystery Machine.

Booking opens at 1 PM Eastern Time on June 16. Stays are one-night-only and will be on June 24, 25, and 26.

To learn more about this listing, click here.

Featured image from Hanna Barbera/ Airbnb.

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Hi, you might find this article from Modern Campground interesting: Scooby-Doo’s Mystery Machine Now on Airbnb! This is the link: https://moderncampground.com/usa/california/scooby-doos-mystery-machine-now-on-airbnb/