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* History.
* Apocryphal.
National Exaggerator
National Exaggerator
Vital Statistics
Type Newspaper
Part of Coolsville
Owned by Eddie Jones
Other Statistics
Haunted by Chickenstein
Production Details
First appearance Template:APNSD: Chickenstein Lives

The National Exaggerator is a tabloid newspaper in Coolsville. Young Freddie Jones reads it faithfully, absorbing all its conspiracy theories.



A Pup Named Scooby-DooEdit

Season one

In Lights... Camera... Monster Fred shows the gang a copy of the newspaper which tells the story of Stinkweed.

Season twoEdit

Insert details here. (Curse of the Collar)

After it was purchased by Eddie Jones, it was troubled by the Chickenstein monster.[1] It was also shown visited by Big Hands, Big Foot's cousin.

In Dog Gone Scooby, Fred is seen reading some the National Exaggerator tabloids in the Scooby-Doo Detective Agency Clubhouse at the begining of the episode.

Season three Edit

When going to Durwood O'McDigitson's house Fred mentions he once read in the National Exaggerator about a O'McDigitson who survived an encounter with Big Foot, and wondered if they're the same person only to correct himself and say "this town (Coolsville) is full of them". (Horrror of the Haunted Hairpiece)

When the Scooby-Doo Detective Agency goes to the old Coolsville Library in the The Ghost of Mrs. Shussham, they encounter Rona Lickton who has a copy of the National Exaggerator that says she've met Big Foot.



Scooby-Doo! (DC Comics)Edit

Angus McLeery article

By the end of the comic story, Daphne can be seen reading the National Exaggerator coverage for the mystery. (Screechy Keen)



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