Kate, a workaholic lawyer, has three weeks to get a haunted bed and breakfast appraised and sold. The uncooperative manager claims a spirit who lives there will not approve. With Kate's possible promotion resting on accomplishing this task, she checks in and haggles with the aforesaid Christmas spirit, who suspiciously seems awfully solid for a ghost.
Did You Know?
When she first visits the inn, Kate walks up to an open front door with clear glass. When she steps inside, the windows in the doors are stained glass. This is because the stained glass doors are inside the entryway. You can see the outside doors briefly when Daniel enters the house at about 46 minutes in. See more
Kate's jacket changes from purplish with a brown scarf when she arrives at the inn and speaks with the fleeing appraiser, to black with a green scarf when she opens the door and walks into the inn. This occurs at least one other time. See more
I'm no expert on curses, but this one seems weird. He's a ghost except for two weeks? Why? Did he insult a witch?
There are no witches.
Oh, right, 'cause THAT would be crazy.
Carol of the Bells
Composed by Mykola Dmytrovych Leontovych
and lyrics by Peter Wilhousky
Arranged and performed by Claude Foisy See more