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Appearing in "A Miracle a Few Blocks Down From 34th Street"Edit

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Appearing in "A Christmas Coda"Edit

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Appearing in "Midnight Drear"Edit

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  • Connell (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • Trinidad (Only appearance; dies)[1]
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Appearing in "'Twas a Mid-Winter's Night"Edit

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Appearing in "Precious Gifts"Edit

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  • Rebecca Proctor (First appearance)
  • Scott Proctor (Bucky's grandnephew) (First appearance)
  • Kim Proctor (Bucky's grandniece) (First appearance)
  • Rebecca's son and daughter (unnamed) (First appearance)
  • Mr. Proctor (First appearance)

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Appearing in "Ghost of Christmas Present"Edit

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  • William Rockwood Jr. (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Jonathan Rockwood (Only Appearance)[1]
  • William's unnamed mother (Only Appearance)[1]

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  • Arn (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Ric (Only Appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "Ghost of Christmas Present"Edit

A gang of thugs kidnaps a blind 4-year old boy from a wealthy household on Christmas Eve for ransom. The boy manages to escape from the thugs' car near a graveyard. It's very cold & snowing. The thugs fan out to recapture him. One thug finds the boy and strikes him, giving the boy a bloody nose.

Ghost Rider comes upon the scene and takes out the thug with his chain. The boy, being blind, can't see Ghost Rider and mistakes him for Santa Claus, because Ghost Rider's chain sounds like bells, and Ghost Rider is wearing boots, which the boy touches. The boy asks 'Santa' to rescue him.

The other four thugs catch up to the scene and mistake Ghost Rider for a crazy person who mistakenly dressed up for Halloween. The thugs threaten to see what's under Ghost Rider's 'costume'. Ghost Rider complies and gives them all his Penance Stare.

Afterwards, Ghost Rider returns the boy to his home. The blind boy mistakes the roar of Ghost Rider's Hell Cycle for hungry reindeer. Ghost Rider leaves, and the parents and the boy are reunited.

Appearing in "It Came and Went on a Midnight Clear!"Edit

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Appearing in "A Spider Carol"Edit

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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