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You will find some good advice at this link - and have you tried different DeGhost options?
How many exposures and how far apart?
So, reading the link that WobertC provided (good stuff), What happens in your 5 frame bracket when you drop the 2nd and 4th from your stack that you merge? (total plus/minus 2 stops, go with 3 shots)
Shouldn't that have the same results? I do shoot -2 -1 0 +1 +2 so technically it should have the same results as shooting 3 images in the following order -2 0 +2 I do prefer to have 5 different exposures as right now I'm not often going with the merged files and its a lot easier to pick the "best" exposure for retouch/develop from 5 images/exposures
What seem to help is dropping the +2 shot which usually has burned out white parts. This won't eliminate the issue but significantly reduce the visible artifacts along those edges.
Changing deghost has no effect on it at all.