Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house not a creature was stirring.... But something must be stirring. Something hidden in the shadows. Something which kills the servants of an old Edwardian mansion in the most brutal and macabre manner possible.
Exactly on the chiming of the hour, every hour, as the grandfather clock ticks on towards midnight. Trapped and afraid, the Doctor and Charley are forced to play detective to murders with no motive, where even the victims don't stay dead. Time is running out. And time itself might well be the killer....
Written by: Robert Shearman. Directed by: Barnaby Edwards.
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I did not know there was a printed version--so I cannot compare
This story starts out soft, and kinda funny--but, by the time you reach the end of chapter two and three, you know there is nothing funny and the story shifts--fast---into a very serious, sobering story.
This is considered a classic 8th Dr. Who story--and rightly so--it follows the classic story line and shows just how serious or sobering the Dr. and the stories can get in a matter of one or two lines. I have, and always will, love the Classic series over the new series---but when they are view in order--the story of the Dr. is rich, troubling, amusing, heart-breaking.