Queer Ghosts

Twisted Tales

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  • Twisted Tales
  • Editor: S.J. Ashford, Dave Cummings and Ben Teasdale
  • Director: Andy Goddard, Jonathan Gershfield, Susan Tully and Crispin Whittell
  • Producer: Donna Molloy
  • Year: 2005
  • Country: UK
  • 30 minutes

A Manchester man is surprised to see his ex again, especially since he's been dead for six months. Though the man is finally willing to move on, the ghost is not. And what's more, he shows a murderous tendency in coveting the man's new boyfriend.

Qvamp says:

'Charlie's Angel (episode 3)', though not actually scary, is one of the few gay ghost stories that tries to add a bit of fear into the plot. The ex-boyfriend is a bit of a prick. And since no one other than the man can see the ghost, and the ghost is quite happy to let others believe him to be mad, his friends begin to worry about him. When they do introduce him to a very handsome, and quite interested, new partner, the ghost decides that he should have the new man for himself. Of course, the easiest way to do that is to kill him and bring him over to the other side.

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