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"Macbeth" and "A Christmas Carol" are two different storys.

Macbeth is a play by William Shakespeare and Christmas Carol is a book by Charles Dickins.

In Macbeth The ghost that apears to Macbet is called Banquo, the Man whom Macbeth Killed so that his Children would not mess up the chances of him being King.

In a Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge was visited by 3 spirits. Ghoast of Christmas past, present and future.

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