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Colossal Sleigh Found in North Pole Ice Cave? Santa Claus Stays Mum

Using ice-penetrating radar, scientists have detected what appears to be a colossal sleigh in a vast ice cave deep under the North Pole. Santa Claus declined comment and referred questions to
  • <strong>Color illustration depicting Santa Claus looking up at a huge mountain of toys that towers over his little red sleigh.</strong>
  • <strong>Color illustration of Santa Claus meeting with huge crowd of elves.</strong>
  • <strong>Color illustration of Santa Claus excited about an idea from the elves.</strong>
  • <strong>Color illustration of the Great Sleigh's reindeer engine</strong>
  • <strong>Color illustration of Santa's Great Sleigh following Santa Claus in his little red sleigh.</strong>
    MARIETTA, GA, December 02, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Using ice-penetrating radar, scientists have detected what appears to be a colossal sleigh in a vast ice cave deep under the North Pole. The discovery was intended to be kept secret pending further research, however the story was leaked to the press by a source "close to the investigation." If confirmed, the story would shed light on one of the world's most intriguing mysteries; how Santa Claus manages to keep up with the ever-growing number of good little boys and girls. When asked about the report, Santa Claus declined to comment.

Here's what is known. For centuries, Santa Claus was able to fit all the toys for Christmas into his little red sleigh. Over the years the number of good little girls and boys kept growing. Eventually, there were too many toys to fit into the little sleigh at one time. So Santa and the reindeer had to make two trips. But the mountain of toys kept growing, and it wasn't long before two trips weren't enough. So they had to make three trips, then five trips, then 25, then 500, until finally the reindeer ran completely out of gas. Santa Claus is known to have called an emergency meeting of all the elves. But exactly what happened next has been a mystery and the subject of sometimes contentious debate by the foremost Santologists.

Because the toy deliveries resumed without interruption, it is clear that something remarkable was done to avert the crisis, However, scientists had no evidence of how Christmas was actually saved. But now a team of experts has pieced together tantalizing clues and, if they are right, the long-sought secret will finally be revealed.

Just in time for Christmas, their findings have been published on the Internet at with dozens of fascinating illustrations showing what they believe transpired. Fans of Santa Claus are sure to be captivated by the eye-opening website, which is fully narrated to take the visitor through each remarkable stage of the story. The site is free to the public, it is child-safe, and can be found at is a high-quality Santa Claus website for kids and parents alike. For further information, please contact us at

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