Ebenezer Scrooge, it turns out, was t the only person to be haunted by ghosts! Rather, he appears to w come from a distinguished line. In the vel, A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer's father, George Scrooge, was described as being a man who was harsh in temperament, never allowing his son to come home for Christmas holidays...until one Christmas. George Scrooge suddenly has a change of heart, growing kinder, and learning how to embrace his children, as well as the Christmas Spirit. Thus unfolds the story of what brought about that change! George Scrooge is a harsh man who has suffered disappointment too often, and as a result has shut himself away from the world, including his own family. Until one day, when he finds himself haunted by three spirits: the Ghost of Christmas Beginnings, the ghost of Christmas Middles, and the Ghost of Christmas Endings. Each of them take him on a journey through t only his life, but making him catch glimpses of others in a manner that even the original 'Christmas Carol' could t have anticipated. These ghosts show Scrooge the errors of his ways, but also forces him to realize the importance of the people around him, and t only how to embrace Christmas, but also how to become a better father. Return to the wonderful world of Dickens classic holiday vel, but w undergo a whole new journey with both familiar faces and new acquaintances, along with a twist ending that will leave you in the Christmas Spirit!