Dear John was the eleventh short story in the Short Trips anthology Short Trips: The Centenarian. It was written by John Davies. It featured the Eighth Doctor, Gemma Griffin and Samson Griffin.

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The Doctor, Gemma and Samson, arrive at a country house to celebrate Edward Grainger's fiftieth birthday. The Doctor finds the Grainger family haunted by a ghost that expresses interest in Edward's young son John. The ghost reveals it is the spiritual embodiment of Edward's fiftieth year. At midnight, the ghost vanishes and the Doctor enjoys the rest of the party in peace.

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