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Ep. 68 Christmas Folklore

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Happy Candlenights!  This year we are celebrating by bringing you a holiday tradition for each letter of the word Christmas. From talking animals to a cannibalistic scarecrow, we've got something for everyone this holiday season! Sources:Winter Folklore Traditions and Creepy Christmas Monsters A to
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Happy Candlenights!  This year we are celebrating by bringing you a holiday tradition for each letter of the word Christmas. From talking animals to a cannibalistic scarecrow, we've got something for everyone this holiday season! Sources:Winter Folklore Traditions and Creepy Christmas Monsters A to Z (mookychick.co.uk)The Origins Of Animals Talking On Christmas Eve (grunge.com)Inspirational and Christian STORIES -- The Night The Animals Talked. (skywriting.net)A Traditional Welsh Christmas - Christmas celebrations in Wales (historic-uk.com)These 20 Terrifying Christmas Monsters Will Haunt Your Holidays | Hornet, the Gay Social NetworkKnecht Ruprecht - WikipediaNuremberg's World-famous Christmas Market Has Been Canceled for 2020 | Travel + Leisure (travelandleisure.com)Knecht Ruprecht | Article about Knecht Ruprecht by The Free DictionaryFolklore Friday: Ireland’s Christmas Lore - Shamrock Craic (shamrockgift.com)Saturnalia - HISTORYTomte – One of the most popular Scandinavian mythological characters (sweden.org.za)Why do we kiss under the mistletoe? - HISTORYÅrsgång - WikipediaDivination | Definition of Divination by Merriam-Webster (merriam-webster.com)To See What the Upcoming Year Holds, Take a Solo Walk in a Dark Forest - Atlas ObscuraThe seven most terrifying Christmas traditions around the world | Christmas | The GuardianThe Terrible Tale Of Hans Trapp, The Christmas Scarecrow - Ripley's Believe It or Not!
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