He haunts the barn of Lovecraft Farm, constantly bickering with himself about the most effective and/or fun ways to frighten the pigs, chickens, and cows that live there.
His first personality is Doodle— serious, intense, and earnest, Doodle believes he’s the more intelligent personality, mostly because he has interests beyond startling people by yelling at them.
Doodle takes his duties as a farm ghost seriously, and loves planning elaborate and subtle but chilling hauntings.
Carrying a sketchpad to jot down eerie ideas, Doodle thinks of himself as an artist, and thinks of frightening as an art.
His other personality, Boo, is his simple and child-like counterpart.
Even though Doodle and Boo have the exact same goal—scaring people— they have completely opposite views on how to go about it.
Boo is the Ernie to Doodle’s Bert. Boo is impulsive, fun-loving, and single-minded in his desire to startle the animals in simple ways, usually by sneaking up to a sleeping barnyard animal and yelling his juvenile and corny trademark saying, “COCKA-DOODLE-BOO!”
Doodle thinks of himself as the smart one due to his elaborate plans, but typically each night goes by with neither Doodle nor Boo executing even the simplest haunt due to the fact that they usually spend the entire night bickering about the style of the scare instead of just getting it done.
In fact, Doodle and Boo spend so much of their time imagining and illustrating haunting schemes (and arguing about them), that to this day they’ve yet to startle, scare, or haunt a single animal in the barn.