The Ghost of Christmas Future is a fictional character from the book A Christmas Carol.
The Ghost of Christmas Future is a major character of Charles Dickens's famous novella A Christmas Carol, an embodiment of future Christmases who, alongside the Ghosts of Christmas Past and Present, helps convince heartless miser Ebenezer Scrooge to change his ways. The Ghost of Christmas Future is traditionally depicted as a silent, hooded specter not dissimilar to the Grim Reaper himself. The future phantom has been impersonated, or portrayed on-stage, by many people, including Peg-Leg Pete.
Behind the scenesEdit
Dickens's character of the Ghost of Christmas Future has been referenced as existing as an in-universe fictonal character from the 1960 Donald Duck and the Christmas Carol book onwards. In Mickey's Christmas Carol, he is famously portrayed by Peg-Leg Pete.