Ever since Charles Dickens wrote 'A Christmas Carol' the practice of telling ghost stories at Christmas time has become as much a part of the seasonal festivities as decorating trees, putting up holly and consuming vast quantities of turkey, mince pies and Christmas pudding. This programme has been designed to bring together all the best elements of this wonderful tradition, especially for Christmas time. Suitable for the whole family, enjoy watching the amazing story of mischievous child ghosts from an ancient pin factory, see where Charles Dickens' ghost walks the cobbled streets of Rochester, investigate a remarkable set of priest holes in a Tudor manor house and discover some distinctly spooky tales connected with crossroads, where many ghostly happenings have been reported over the centuries. So take a little time amongst the hectic Christmas preparations and activities, gather round the blazing fire with your nearest and dearest and rekindle one of the best Christmas traditions ever. Sit back, make yourselves comfortable and be prepared for a few surprises as we set off in search of Christmas tales of ghostly trails.