Santa Claus

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Area(s) Reported: Worldwide...? Though mostly North America.
Date(s) Reported: ca. 1800 to Present... ?

Yes, Santa Claus... anyone who flies around the world in one night, knows everyone's past, and eats enough cookies to fill the Grand Canyon is clearly unnatural in some way! Santa's yearly visits on Christmas Eve night are eagerly anticipated by good little children; and, sometimes, by bad little children who like -coal-.

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  • "A Letter for the Children," by 'St. Nichols,' letter in The Mother's Magazine, September, 1843 to August, 1844, London, England [reprinted from the American Edition]. Pgs. 53-55. Online: Click Here.
  • "Gifts Placed in the Stocking at Christmas: Santa Claus," article in Notes & Queries, Fifth Series, Vol. 12, July 5, 1879, London, England. Pgs. 11-12. Online: Click Here.
  • "Yes Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus," featuring an editorial by Francis Church published September 21, 1897 in The Sun, newspaper of New York City, New York, USA. This is page in the Newseum website, posted ?, viewed 12/23/2020. Online: Click Here.

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