The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is also referred to as the Phantom in the story. He is the third spirit to visit Ebenezer Scrooge. The apparition is a menacing figure who is clothed in a black hooded robe. He approaches Scrooge in a slow manner with fog and screeches. The Phantom is a reaper-like figure representing the fear of death. This Phantom does not talk; he just points and keeps pointing until Scrooge goes to where the Phantom tells him to. .
The ghost takes Scrooge to a series of strange places. He take them to a London Stock Exchange, where a group of businessmen discuss the death of a rich man. Next, the Phantom takes them to a dingy pawn shop in a London slum, where a group of vagabonds and shady characters sell some personal effects stolen from a dead man. He then also visits the dinner table of a poor family, where a husband and wife express relief at the death of an unforgiving man to whom they owed money. The second to last stop is one of the worst for Scrooge; it is at the home of the Cratchits". The Cratchit family is grieving over the death of Tiny Tim. Finally, the Phantom takes Scrooge to a churchyard, where Scrooge dusts off a grave to find his name embedded into it.
The Phantom is a scary figure to see and insures Scrooge's reversion to a kind, forgiving human being. He was able to make Scrooge see that he had to change or Scrooge would die. That is my essay on The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, it helped me understand the apparition more, I hope it did the same for you. .