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Thursday, March 29th two popular paranormal fighting shows, had their first ever crossover episode. These two shows were “Scooby- Doo” and “Supernatural.”

The blending of the shows had a more natural fit than most TV crossovers.

Sophomore, Josh Steffy says, ” Ive been waiting so long for there to be a crossover, and as soon as I heard about this, I lost my crap. I dont think Ive ever been this excited for a tv show. It was worth the wait, and I highly recommend anybody thats easily interested into paranormal shows to check this one out.”

All of this was bookended by a plotline that was reminiscent of a classic Scooby story. Then included the classic real estate scam – with a Supernatural twist.

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