The Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come is initially a dark shadow on a wall, but when he comes out of the walls, he looks like The Grim Reaper. Scrooge states to the ghost that he "fears him more than any specture he has seen".
The Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come shows Scrooge the possibilities if he doesn't change his ways. In this future vision Scrooge is shown, Bob Cratchit and his family mourn Tiny Tim's death. Because Bob Cratchit was underpaid, he couldn't provide the food and medical help Tiny Tim needed to survive. It is also shown that Scrooge had died, however there is more joy to his death to that of Tiny Tim. Fred inherets Scrooge's money, Scrooge's maid robs all of his clothes (even the ones he was buried in) and sells them to Old Joe and people are only attending his funeral for a free lunch. Scrooge begs the ghost for a second chance, but the ghost shoves Scrooge into his own grave, where his coffin is deep within the flames of Hell. Ocasionally The Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come rides a Specture Hearse and chases Scrooge throughout London on it. One chase sequence sees Scrooge shrunk to the size of a rat after the ghost cracks his whip, creating a shockwave in doing so.
Powers / Skills
He is Omnipotent Being Able to warp reality, space and time also being omnipotent he is immortal
His warping is so powerful that even his mere thoughts could become real
And He can also create an entire universe at will.
Appearances In other mediaIn most media, The Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come is mainly a speechless villain; but some of the different versions brake the rule to make him talk (couple of examples can be seen in Mickey's Christmas Carol, in which he is played by Peg Leg Pete, and another can be seen in Bah Humduck: A Looney Tunes Christmas, in which he is played by Taz). In the 1970 musical Scrooge, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come shows Scrooge his grave, and reveals his face and hands which is a skeleton and scares him enough for him to fall into his grave which is a portal to Hell. Jacob Marley awaits for him and has demons chain him to a frozen column and leaves him be.
In the 2004 TV musical, A Christmas Carol: The Musical, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is an old woman (played by Geraldine Chaplin). In the film, she appears as a blind old woman who begs Scrooge (played by Kelsey Grammer) for money and when he refuses, she vows to make him pay. When it is her time to come, she turns into the same old woman but shrouded in blue-white shredded sheets. Her face is seen but does not speak. She brings Scrooge to a graveyard where several gravediggers are singing to burying Scrooge, the Cratchits at Tiny Tim's grave and Old Joe receiving Scrooge's things. When she shows Scrooge his grave, he vows to change to which she then shows him several spirits of poor children and the spirits of Scrooge's mother and sister. His grave then opens up and she turns into a flying demon and she grabs him and throws him in there.