Ghost of Christmas Future

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The character first appeared in the book A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, written in 1843, and called Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. The name Ghost of Christmas Future was coined by analogy with Ghost of Christmas Past and Ghost of Christmas Present.

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Ghost of Christmas Future

  1. Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

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