What are the names of the ghosts in "A Christmas Carol"?

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The names of the ghosts in a Christmas carol are Jacob Marley, Christmas past, Christmas present and Christmas yet to come. These are the four ghosts that are listed according to Charles Dickens's 'A Christmas Carol'. In other settings, there are ghosts such as Marley's ghost, the first of the three spirits, the second of the three spirits and the last of the three spirits.
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