Is Santa Real? Yes, Here Is Proof (Top 25 Sightings)!
Is Santa Claus real?
Hey kids! Are you asking yourself, Is Santa real?
Well, I've got fantastic news for you! Santa Claus is absolutely real, and today I'm going to tell you all about him.
So get ready for a magical journey into the world of Santa Claus!
He spreads joy and magic, bringing Christmas presents to good girls and boys.
They say he only comes to town on Christmas Eve night. He tries really hard to not be seen. But every once in a while, someone gets a peek at him! And not just at Christmas!
Did you know that Santa has been spotted on vacation too?
We traveled the world and found people, just like you, who have seen Santa!
Check out our list of the top 25 Santa Claus sightings from around the world!
Top 25 Santa Claus Sightings:
1. Name: Johnny Bluefinn, age 10
Location: Key West, Florida
Details: Johnny Bluefinn, aged 10, claimed he was on a boat with his daddy, fishing off Key West, when another boat came up on their side. He claims the man behind the wheel was jolly, with rosy cheeks (not to be confused with a sunburn), a white beard, and a red tank top and shorts. "He even had on a truckers cap, with a pom pom like Santa!" Johnny said. "And when he took off his glasses, his eye had a twinkle that shined, even in the bright sun!"
2. Name: Bettina Schneider, age 7
Location: Berlin, Germany
Details: Bettina was supposed to be in bed. She admits that, but she woke when she heard a clatter on the roof. Excitement coursed through her, and Bettina knew it had to be Santa's reindeer! In Germany, Santa is known as der Weihnachtsmann. When she ran down the stairs, there he was! In his full red snow suit and hat. A little snow from his shoulders sprinkled over the presents as he placed them under the tree. Bettina ran to wake her parents, to prove to them Santa was real, but by the time they returned to the Christmas Tree, Santa was gone.
3. Name: Garrett Cole, age 9
Location: Bronx, New York
Details: Garret sent Santa a letter everyday that year. He only wanted one thing for Christmas. A family. It'd been a long time since he had a real place to call home, but the family that had taken him in? Well, he thought they could be the real thing. So he hoped and he prayed that Santa would make his Christmas wish come true, and that this family, would be his forever family. On Christmas night, he couldn't sleep, he said. How could Santa put his Christmas wish under the tree? But he must have drifted off, because the next thing he knew, Garret woke up to the smell of candy canes and peppermint. He rubbed his blurry eyes, and saw the slightest bit of red, exiting his room. Next to his pillow, was an envelope. When he opened it, it said, "Your Wish Will Come True. Sincerely, Santa." The next morning, the family asked to adopt him--and Garret knew that bit of red was Santa for sure.
4. Name: Mary Sanchez, age 5
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Details: Mary knows Santa doesn't like her to tell this story. Not because it's embarrassing, but because she caught him! Poor Santa got stuck in her chimney on Christmas Eve. It wasn't a particularly big chimney, and they never used it. It was clogged with dirt and leaves. That's probably why he got stuck. Mary wanted to wake her parents, because it was such a sight, seeing Santa's boots hanging out of the chimney! But Santa just asked her to pull him down. Mary wasn't sure she could, because she was so tiny! But she grabbed his ankle and tugged with all her might! Santa grunted and tumbled down. Mary fell and soot flew everywhere. It made her sneeze. Santa was so grateful, not only did he give her the bicycle she asked for, but a puppy too!
5. Name: Oliver Jones, age 12
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Description: Oliver was too old to believe in Santa. No one his age did. Since it's hot in Australia for Christmas, his family took a vacation and went camping. His little brother Sam was sure Santa wouldn't find them. Oliver didn't want Sam to be disappointed, so he bought a football, wrapped it, and planned to put it next to Sam in their tent. He would sign it, "From Santa." Only when Oliver went to bring Sam his football, Santa was exiting the tent! They stared at each other for a moment, before Santa chuckled and hopped into sleigh, parked not far away. When Oliver looked inside the tent, Sam had a wrapped gift from Santa laying next to him.
6. Name: Kristen Morgan, age 6
Location: Los Angeles, California
Description: Mommy and daddy always told Kristen she needed to sleep for Santa to come. And Kristen tried, she really, really tried. But she was so excited, she just couldn't sleep! So, instead, she hid in the hallway, peeking around every time she thought she heard a noise. And then, a little after midnight, there he was! He didn't come down the chimney, because they didn't have one. Instead he came in like snow through a crack in the window! When she told her parents the next day, they didn't believe her, but Kristen knows the truth. Santa is real!
7. Name: Lonnie Grayson, age 6
Location: Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Description: Lonnie woke up to a crash in his backyard. He ran and pressed his nose to the bedroom window, looking out to see what it was. There, sitting right next to the tall, wooden fence, was Santa, his sleigh, and reindeer! Lonnie couldn't believe it. He ran outside, and realized that Santa's sleigh had broken down. They'd made an emergency landing, right in his backyard! It didn't take long to fix, and soon, Santa was back on his way, after leaving Lonnie a very special present for being so helpful. Lonnie tried to tell his parents the next morning, but they thought he'd only been dreaming. And even the reindeer hoof prints and disappeared from the newly falling snow.
8. Name: Annette Berger, age 9
Location: Strasbourg, France
Description: Annette walked through the Christmas market with her Mama and Papa. After enjoying her favorite pastry, Annette went to play with some friends. They enjoyed a snowball fight, built a snowman, and just out of the corner of her eye, she thought she saw Père Noël -- Father Christmas. Only it couldn't have been. It wasn't Christmas Eve. Slipping away from her friends, Annette said she went down the side street where she saw him go. And there! Père Noël stood, feeding his reindeer treats from the festival. When he caught Annette, he admitted that he loved the Christmas Festival in Strasbourg, and had to attend. She promised she wouldn't tell anyone, and they enjoyed a pastry together, before Père Noël took to the sky, calling out, "'Joyeux Noël!" That's Merry Christmas in French.
9. Name: Travis Cartwright, age 8
Location: Austin, Texas
Description: Travis Cartwright couldn't believe his eyes. It wasn't Christmas. It wasn't even Winter, but there, sitting in the stands of the rodeo, was Santa Claus! His dad said it wasn't the real Santa. Just someone who looked like him. But Travis knew it was Santa! So, when everyone went to get food and drinks during a break, he walked over and asked, "Are you Santa?" His mother caught up and said sorry to Santa, who never really answered Travis. Instead, as Travis's mom guided him away, Santa winked at him, and Travis saw the twinkle shine in his eye.
10. Name: Clara Williams, age 7
Location: Toronto, Canada
Description: Mommy told Clara all about the Santa Parade. How it had been going on for a hundred years. And that Santa loved visiting Toronto. Clara was excited! The parade was so much fun! She got candy and loved seeing the dancers. And then, Santa came down the street in his sleigh. Some of the older kids said it wasn't the real Santa, but one of his helpers. But then, Santa looked right at her as he passed by, and gave her a jolly wink. "Merry Christmas, Clara!" Her jaw dropped open. He had to be the real Santa. He knew her name!
11. Name: Finlay McLeod, age 13
Location: Edinburg, Scotland
Description: Finlay had stopped believing in Santa Claus years ago. He was too old for such fancy dreams. Of course, no one his age believed anymore. Even if part of him still wondered. Every year, he still got a gift from Santa under the tree, but he knew it was just his Ma. Except last Christmas, his Ma had been called into the hospital for an emergency on Christmas Eve. She was a nurse. So when he heard someone in the living room, he went to investigate. And there he was! Santa Claus, tall as the tree and larger than life. Finlay didn't know what to say, and just stared as Santa drank the milk and cookies his Ma had put out. At first, he thought Santa hadn't noticed. He'd been busy after all. But then, just as he went up the chimney, Santa said, "Merry Christmas, Finlay!"
12. Name: Abigail Scarlow, age 5
Location: Memphis, Tennessee.
Description: Abbie and her family went to Tennessee to visit her Meemaw and Pawpaw for Christmas. They had a huge farm, just outside of Memphis, and when she got there, they said if she was really quiet on Christmas Eve night, she'd hear Santa's sleigh in the barn. He always stopped there to feed his reindeer. Filled to the brim with excitement, Abbie put on her boots and coat, and slipped out across the yard. She peeked inside, and sure enough, there was Santa's sleigh, and the reindeer! Santa fed Blitzen a fresh carrot from the bucket that Meemaw had left for them. She wanted to go in, but before she could, Meemaw called her back to the house. Wanting to be a good girl, she ran back, and told them with excitement what she had seen.
13. Name: Dean Warrick, age 10
Location: Lincoln, Nebraska
Description: Dean likes looking at the stars. He uses a telescope. His dad gave it to him for Christmas last year. On Christmas Eve, he and his dad set it up on the balcony. It was a clear night. Dean looked through the telescope, and there, just by the moon, Santa flew by in his sleigh with reindeer! Excited, Dean tried to show his dad, but by then, Santa was no where to be seen.
14. Name: Sofia Barone, age 8
Location: Naples, Italy
Description: Sofia was very full from the Feast of the Seven Fishes--the traditional Christmas Eve dinner for her family. Her little brother had already gone to bed, but Sofia could not sleep. She had seen Babbo Natale or Santa Claus last Christmas, and no one believed here. This year, she planned to catch it on video. She waited. She listened. When she heard him, she tiptoed to the Christmas tree and let the video roll. Sofia watches him place presents, eat cookies, and drink the milk--and then like flash, he was up the chimney and gone. Thinking she had gotten her proof, Sofia played the video back--only it was so blurry, Santa couldn't be seen!
15. Name: Willy James, age 5
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Description: Willy and his family were at a motel that Christmas. They had a small tree, and Willy didn't think Santa would find them. They had just bought a new house, but it wasn't ready to move in yet. How would Santa find him in a hotel? Willy's brother Jake, who was much older, took Willy outside. He said to be quiet. They looked up on the roof of the motel. There stood Santa, with a giant sack on his back! When he realized they were staring, he ducked down on the other side. Jake said they had better get to bed, to make sure they got their presents. And when Willy woke up, Santa had left him a present!
16. Name: Kyra Drake, age 11
Location: Kenosha, Wisconsin
Description: Kyra and her family stopped by the shore of Lake Michigan after visiting the Kenosha Museum during the spring. Kyra and her sister started playing in the sand, running around and having fun. A speed boat came close to the shore, and her sister called to Kyra. She looked over and couldn't believe her eyes! There was Santa and Mrs. Claus, wearing red bathing suits, and baseball caps. Mrs. Claus gave them a wave, and Santa cried out, "Ho, ho, ho!" Then, they sped off farther onto the water of the lake.
17. Name: Jason Morgenstern, age 15
Location: Ohiopyle State Park, Pennsylvania
Description: Jason had been out with several friends. They wanted to see if they could spot Big Foot! Except, as they camped out, it wasn't Big Foot they saw! It was Santa, camping out in the park. Jason and his friends thought it was just a look alike. But then, Santa called them by name, and pulled gifts for them out of their sacks! But like Big Foot, the picture they took with Santa came out blurry.
18. Name: Isabella Cadiz, age 8
Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Description: Isabella was at the beach with her family the day after Christmas. It was their tradition and she loved it. While collecting seashells up and down the shore, Isabella heard a "ho, ho, ho!" come from the water. She had to shield her eyes from the bright sun, but there he was. Santa! He was surfing on the waves in red shorts and a tank top. Isabella ran back to her mother and pointed, but just as quickly as she'd seen him, Santa disappeared!
19. Name: Milly Bloom, age 7
Location: South Bend, Indiana
Description: Every year, Milly helps her Pop Pop set up the Christmas lights. They work for a long time to make sure it's the most beautiful light display in town! People line up their cars to see it. In her letter to Santa, she told him about the lights on their house, and hoped he'd come to see it. A few nights before Christmas, a large group stood in front of the house, staring at the lights, and Milly could have sworn she saw Santa! She tried to rush over, but she couldn't find him. On Christmas morning, she had a note with her gift. "I loved the lights, Milly. Thank you for inviting me to see them. Santa."
20. Name: Stephen J. Parker, age 12
Location: Burlington, Kentucky
Description: Stephen saw the sleigh before he saw Santa. It sat, hidden, just off the side of a house up the block. He ran over to take a closer look. The reindeer shuffled on their feet. In awe, Stephen ran a hand over the sleigh. Then, someone cleared their throat. Stephen turned around. There stood Santa with an amused look in his eye. Stephen didn't know what to say. Santa just chuckled. "Let's keep this between you and me." He patted Stephen on the shoulder, got in his sleigh, and flew into the night.
21. Name: Kimmy Baldwin, age 7
Location: London, England
Description: Kimmy was ice skating at a local rink with her mum and dad sitting at a table nearby. The outside pond was relatively empty, thanks to the late hour. But she loved to skate, and soon the ice would melt. So her mum and dad let her skate. But she wasn't the only one on the ice. On the far side, she made out a man with a white beard and red winter clothes, skating hand in hand with a woman wearing a dress of the same color. Widening her eyes she skated that way, and saw that it was Santa. When they saw her, they waved, but Kimmy's dad called that it was time to go. She turned to tell them it was Santa, and when she looked back, Santa and Mrs. Claus were gone!
22. Name: Miguel Ortiz, age 9
Location: Miami, Florida
Description: Miguel saw Santa at the Christmas shop. He couldn't believe it, but Santa was buying ornaments and decorations! Miguel couldn't understand why. Didn't they make that stuff at the North Pole? So Miguel asked Santa. And Santa told Miguel, "We do, but I know a family that lost all of their decorations. So, for Christmas, I'm replacing them all." Miguel thought that was funny. Because that's why they were there. Their decorations had been lost in a small garage fire. But they couldn't afford to replace everything. But when Miguel woke up on Christmas morning, all the decorations Santa had gotten, now decorated his house!
23. Name: Annabelle Franklin, age 12
Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
Description: Annabelle was riding a bus with her dad to her Grandma's house for Christmas. It was late, and most everyone was asleep. Just before she dozed off, Santa flew low enough that Annabelle saw the sleigh from the window! Santa smiled, winked, and then flew off into the night--and no one else saw it but her!
24. Name: Harley James, age 9
Location: British Columbia, Canada
Description: While on vacation at his family's cabin, Harley went for a walk in the woods. That's when he saw Santa, camping out with some elves! It was the middle of summer, and he guessed even Santa needed a break. Harley tried not to be seen, but Santa looked at him and waved. Then he laughed. Harley went to get his parents, but when they returned, Santa was gone!
25. Name: Natasha Corbett, age 7
Location: Savannah, Georgia
Description: No one ever believes her. But Santa woke up Natasha right out of her sleep on Christmas Eve! He told her that he needed help. He'd run behind and someone had to help him deliver the rest of the toys so that the children wouldn't be disappointed. So Natasha did! She got in the sleigh and flew around the world delivery presents with Santa. She got home just before her parents woke up. Under the Christmas Tree was an extra special present, for Santa's helper.
Understanding the Concept of Santa Claus
Let's start by understanding who Santa Claus is and where he comes from. The story of Santa Claus begins with his origin, which is filled with enchanting tales from different cultures around the world.
One of the most well-known origins of Santa Claus is rooted in Western culture. He is believed to be inspired by the legendary figure of St. Nicholas, a kind and generous bishop who lived many centuries ago. St. Nicholas loved giving presents to those in need and became known as the patron saint of children. His selfless acts of kindness and generosity made him a beloved figure, and his legacy continues to live on through the modern-day Santa Claus.
In Eastern culture, a similar figure known as Ded Moroz, or Grandfather Frost, spreads joy and cheer during the winter season. He brings gifts to children to celebrate the New Year. Ded Moroz is often depicted as a tall, bearded man dressed in a long blue or red coat, with a staff in his hand. He is accompanied by his granddaughter, Snegurochka, who helps him distribute gifts to children.
The Symbolism of Santa Claus
Now, let's explore the symbolism behind Santa Claus. Santa Claus represents the spirit of love, kindness, and generosity. He embodies the joy of giving without expecting anything in return. His red suit symbolizes warmth and his white beard represents wisdom.
But Santa Claus is more than just a symbol. He is a cherished figure who brings joy and excitement to children and adults alike during the holiday season. The anticipation of his arrival on Christmas Eve, the sound of sleigh bells ringing in the distance, and the sight of presents magically appearing under the Christmas tree all contribute to the enchantment and wonder associated with Santa Claus.
Throughout history, various traditions and customs have been associated with Santa Claus. In some cultures, children leave out milk and cookies for Santa Claus as a token of appreciation for his generosity. Others hang stockings by the fireplace, hoping to find them filled with gifts in the morning. These traditions add to the mystique and allure of Santa Claus, making him a beloved and cherished character in the hearts of many.
As the embodiment of the holiday spirit, Santa Claus has become a central figure in popular culture. His image can be found on greeting cards, decorations, and advertisements, serving as a reminder of the joy and magic that the holiday season brings. Whether it's through movies, songs, or stories, Santa Claus continues to captivate the imagination of people of all ages, reminding us of the importance of love, kindness, and generosity.
The Reality of Santa Claus in Different Cultures
Did you know that Santa Claus is celebrated differently in various cultures? Let's take a peek into how Santa Claus is embraced around the world!
Santa Claus in Western Culture
In Western countries, children eagerly await Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. They believe he travels in a magical sleigh pulled by reindeer and enters their homes through the chimney to leave presents under the Christmas tree or in stockings hung by the fireplace.
But have you ever wondered how Santa Claus manages to visit every child's home in just one night? According to the legend, Santa has the ability to manipulate time. As he travels from one house to another, he can slow down time, allowing him to deliver presents to all the children around the world.
Another interesting aspect of Santa Claus in Western culture is the tradition of leaving out milk and cookies for him. It is believed that Santa gets hungry during his long journey, and the treats left by the children help to replenish his energy. Some families even leave carrots for the reindeer!
Santa Claus in Eastern Culture
In Eastern cultures, children welcome Ded Moroz. He arrives with his companion, Snegurochka, the Snow Maiden. Together, they bring gifts and spread joy to celebrate the New Year!
Ded Moroz, also known as Father Frost, is depicted as a tall, bearded man wearing a long blue or red coat and a fur hat. He carries a magical staff and is believed to live in a snowy forest. Ded Moroz is accompanied by Snegurochka, a beautiful young girl dressed in a long silver or blue gown.
Unlike Santa Claus, Ded Moroz does not enter homes through chimneys. Instead, he knocks on the front door and asks the children if they have been well-behaved throughout the year. If they have, he presents them with gifts and wishes them a prosperous year ahead.
One fascinating tradition associated with Ded Moroz is the New Year's tree. Similar to the Christmas tree in Western culture, the New Year's tree is decorated with lights, ornaments, and garlands. Families gather around the tree on New Year's Eve to exchange gifts and celebrate the arrival of the new year.
As you can see, Santa Claus is celebrated in diverse ways across different cultures. Whether it's through the magical sleigh rides of Western culture or the enchanting presence of Ded Moroz in Eastern culture, the spirit of giving and joy remains at the heart of these celebrations.
The Spirit of Santa Claus in Everyday Life
Although Santa Claus is known for his presence during the holiday season, his spirit can be seen all year round. Let's explore how acts of kindness and generosity reflect the essence of Santa Claus!
When we think of Santa Claus, we often envision a jolly man in a red suit delivering gifts on Christmas Eve. However, Santa Claus represents more than just a fictional character. He embodies the spirit of giving, love, and kindness. While his physical presence may be limited to the holiday season, his values and teachings can be embraced and practiced every day.
Acts of Kindness and Generosity
Just like Santa Claus, we can spread joy by performing acts of kindness and generosity. It doesn't have to be extravagant gestures; even the smallest acts can make a significant impact. A smile to a stranger, holding the door for someone, or offering a helping hand to those in need are all ways to embody the spirit of Santa Claus throughout the year.
Imagine the joy you can bring to someone's day by performing a random act of kindness. It could be as simple as buying a cup of coffee for the person behind you in line or leaving a heartfelt note for a coworker. These small acts can create a ripple effect, inspiring others to pay it forward and spread kindness in their own lives.
Moreover, acts of generosity can extend beyond our immediate circle. Like Santa Claus, we can donate our time, resources, or money to charitable organizations that support those less fortunate. Whether it's volunteering at a local shelter, organizing a toy drive for underprivileged children, or contributing to a community food bank, these actions embody the true spirit of Santa Claus.
The Joy of Giving and Receiving
Remember, the joy of giving is as wonderful as the joy of receiving! Like Santa Claus, finding delight in making others happy is a gift in itself. When we give selflessly, without expecting anything in return, we experience a sense of fulfillment that cannot be replicated.
Think back to a time when you received a thoughtful gift or a kind gesture from someone. How did it make you feel? The warmth and happiness that flooded your heart are the same emotions we can evoke in others through acts of kindness and generosity. By embracing the spirit of Santa Claus, we can create a world where compassion and love are abundant.
Let's keep the spirit of Santa alive by sharing love and kindness with everyone we meet. Whether it's a friend, a family member, a stranger, or even ourselves, let's strive to make every day feel like Christmas. After all, the essence of Santa Claus lies within each of us, waiting to be awakened and shared with the world.
The Enduring Legacy of Santa Claus
The story of Santa Claus has fascinated people for centuries, and it continues to bring joy to people's lives. Let's journey into how Santa Claus is celebrated in literature, film, and what the future holds for this beloved character!
Throughout history, Santa Claus has been immortalized in countless works of literature and film. From classic tales like "A Visit from St. Nicholas" by Clement Clarke Moore to modern adaptations like "The Polar Express" by Chris Van Allsburg, Santa's adventures have captivated the hearts of readers young and old. These stories not only entertain, but also inspire the spirit of giving and generosity that Santa Claus embodies.
In the world of film, Santa Claus has taken on many forms, from the jolly and lovable character portrayed by actors like Tim Allen in "The Santa Clause" series, to the mischievous and adventurous Santa in "Arthur Christmas." These films not only bring joy and laughter to audiences, but also remind us of the magic and wonder of the holiday season.
Santa Claus in Literature and Film
Santa Claus has captivated the hearts of many authors and filmmakers. Stories and movies about Santa's adventures bring smiles to both children and adults. You can discover these enchanting stories and movies to keep the magic of Santa alive in your hearts!
One of the most iconic portrayals of Santa Claus in literature is found in the timeless classic "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens. In this heartwarming tale, Santa, also known as Father Christmas, appears to Ebenezer Scrooge as a symbol of hope and redemption. Through his visit, Santa teaches Scrooge the importance of compassion and generosity, reminding us all of the true meaning of Christmas.
Another beloved literary work featuring Santa Claus is "The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus" by L. Frank Baum, the author of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz." This enchanting tale explores the origins of Santa Claus and his journey to becoming the beloved figure we know today. Baum's imaginative storytelling transports readers to a magical world where Santa's mission of spreading joy and happiness takes center stage.
When it comes to film, the portrayal of Santa Claus has evolved over the years. From the classic portrayal of Santa as a jolly old man in a red suit, to more modern interpretations that showcase his adventures and challenges, filmmakers have found creative ways to keep the magic of Santa alive on the big screen.
One notable film that has captured the hearts of audiences worldwide is "Miracle on 34th Street." This heartwarming story follows a man named Kris Kringle who claims to be the real Santa Claus. Through his unwavering belief in the magic of Christmas, Kris teaches those around him the importance of faith, love, and the power of imagination.
The Future of Santa Claus
As we move forward, the spirit of Santa Claus will always remain with us. Every act of kindness, every generous gesture, and every moment of joy will carry the essence of Santa Claus into the future. So, embrace the magic, believe in the incredible, and keep Santa Claus alive in your hearts!
Looking ahead, the future of Santa Claus holds endless possibilities. With advancements in technology, we can expect to see even more immersive and interactive experiences that bring Santa's world to life. Imagine stepping into Santa's workshop through virtual reality or receiving personalized messages from Santa himself through augmented reality. The magic of Santa Claus will continue to evolve and adapt to the ever-changing world, ensuring that the joy and wonder he brings will never fade.
Furthermore, Santa Claus will continue to inspire acts of kindness and generosity. The tradition of giving gifts during the holiday season, a tradition that Santa Claus embodies, will persist and flourish. People will come together to spread love and joy, not only to their loved ones but also to those in need. Santa Claus will forever be a symbol of hope, reminding us of the importance of selflessness and compassion.
And there you have it, my dear friends! Santa Claus is real, and his spirit lives on in the hearts of all who believe in the magic of love and kindness. So remember, no matter your age, as long as you keep the joy alive, Santa Claus will always be real to you! Ho Ho Ho!
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Of course it is. How do you think he gets around the world in one night? The sleigh is magic and it can fly all around the world.
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