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The Ghosts of Greenwich was the third and final story in the audio anthology Heritage 1, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Paul Morris and featured Neve McIntosh as Madame Vastra, Catrin Stewart as Jenny Flint and Dan Starkey as Strax.

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Strange things are happening to the people of Greenwich. Phantoms of the living appear, while others are aged beyond their years. A cloaked figure stalks the streets, and time is out of joint.

Madame Vastra, Jenny and Strax find all clues point towards the Meridian Line. Beneath the Royal Observatory lies a secret – something terribly ancient and horribly dangerous…

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  • The Paternoster Gang visit the Royal Observatory in Greenwich.
  • Vastra identifies negative chronons as "the very enemy of causality", as antimatter is to matter.
  • The negative chronons flow along the Greenwich meridian line, also referred to as the prime meridian. Plumstead claims that the placement of the prime meridian was no mere human construct, as the creature beneath the site of the Royal Observatory had influenced its placement.

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