posted on Dec, 24 2014 @ 07:51 AM
Well I remember that video from the 1990s
Santa Claus Fact or Fiction by Ray 'Santa'-Illy
Where they had Jonathan Frakes with a silly white beard introducing it.
Some people were claiming that the coat didn't look genuine and would never protect him from the freezing cold of the North Pole, how Rudolph's nose
was probably a fake. Then discussion turned to the alleged Santa crash in Roswell in 1947 when a rancher found traces of silvery tinsel like
substances, wrapping paper and bits of wood that looked like they came from a sleigh. The stories of dead reindeer bodies was always a bit dodgy
though as no one mentioned them until nearly 40 years after the alleged crash.
The other famous case is of course the Sleigh landing in Rendlesham Forest. Most of the witnesses only claim to have seen fairy lights and heard
reindeer and sleigh bells. Jim Penrows claims to have actually touched a sleigh and even sketched some strange symbols in his notebook.
Many people to this day say he is so short sighted he was actually touching a lighthouse.
Of course there is no hard evidence of Santa existing but official cover-ups are also obvious. The US Governments Report The Father Christmas
Report: Fact vs. Fiction in the North Pole
only fuelled the debate by trying to make out people had seen toy elves. Santa did not employ elves
until the mid-1950s when his workload had expanded massively so the government looked a bit stupid.
I think the jury is still out. But if you look skywards tonight you may just have a Claus Encounter !!!
I'll get me coat.................
edit on 24/12/14 by mirageman because: Finding coat