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The phantom, a scary figure in a black hooded robe, approaches Scrooge. He is frightened by the darkness and feels it approaching him. Scrooge kneels before him and asks if he is the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come.
The ghost points to Scrooge's home where he says it is cold and cheerless. Then Scrooge realizes there are thieves. He goes towards the thieves and the spirit beckons him to stop. But he rushes to his house to claim his belongings.
The ghost takes Scrooge to The Cratchit household, where the family struggles to cope with the death of Tiny Tim. Also, Mr.Cratchit was talking about how he has found a place for Tiny Tim to lay.
Scrooge begs to know the identity of the dead man. He also begs to not let Tiny Tim Be dead. He says he'll be in the Christmas spirit for the rest of his life if he let's Tiny Tim live.
Scrooge wakes up surprised he's still alive. He wonders if everything is like it was before. So he goes to see what day it was.
Scrooge shouts to the street and offers to pay the first boy he meets a huge sum to deliver a great Christmas turkey to Bob Cratchit's home. He also finds out Tiny Tim is still alive. Ebenezer Scrooge now understands the true meaning of Christmas, and he will never forget.
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