Christmas In Linken Park ChicagoDickens meets Ebenezer Jenkins in "Christmas in Linken Park Chicago," a very soulful version of the original, A Christmas Carol.In this tale, our scrooge is an undertaker who operates a BBQ cafe and mortuary all under the same roof. His crematory runs day and night. He's just like the stingy rascal you love in the original Dickens' tale. After three disturbing dreams, Ebenezer is a changed man who vows to do good by his fellow man and the poor. Two jive talkers add their two cents to the story. They also interpret Ebenezer's dreams and give them numbers for which they use to play the lottery. Their story of Mud Turtle Mississippi will have you cracking your sides with laughter. Yes, there are the dreams, a Bob Crutchet, and of course redemption in the end just like in A Christmas Carol. But this is a lot funnier.