"Conscious that my servant stood amazed, I turned to him and said: ‘Derrick, could you believe I fancied I saw a—-‘ As I laid my hand upon his breast, he trembled violently, and said, ‘O Lord yes sir! A dead man beckoning!’"
Who is the dead man? And why is he haunting the narrator? A forgotten ghost story from the master of nineteenth century literature, Charles Dickens. Abridged by Martin Foreman and read by Alistair Wales.
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