Two stories that some people would say are about ghosts
' 96, Quay Street'
A personal story about a Manchester house told by R. 0. Southern and ' The Man in the Train'
A short story by Frank Tilsley told by Harold Dayne
A Christmas Journey through Four Centuries in Carol, Hymn, and Verse collected by T. Davies Passey
1637 Alnwick Castle in Northumberland
The Christmas Feast in which Algernon, Earl of Northumberland, with his wife and guests, is entertained by his Players, his
Piper, and his Singers
1737 Alderley Park in Cheshire
Lord Stanley's Mummers in their ancient Christmas Play
1837 Selby Abbey in Yorkshire
Hymns of the Nativity from this historic church sung by the Selby Abbey Choir
Sale and District Musical Society with The BBC Northern Orchestra in Vaughan Williams's
Fantasy on Christmas Carols
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