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The Spirit of Santa

The Spirit of Santa

First hour guest Bob Litak(1) explained why he believes in the spirit of Santa as a force for good that takes shape around this time of year. For 12 years, he played the role of Santa Claus in a small Wisconsin town and was accompanied by a woman named Anne Scheer who played Mrs. Klaus. She seemed to have clairvoyant knowledge about the children, said Litak.
After Anne died, around Christmas-time he went to visit her gravesite. He found a plate of Christmas cookies at her tombstone, yet there were no tracks in the snow, leading to him conclude that a non-physical entity may have left them. See related photo(2).

1. http://www.just-b-claus.com/
2. http://archive.coasttocoastam.com/gen/page1233.html?theme=light

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