The morbid origin of Santa Claus

Santa the Turkish Necromancer

Caitlin Doughty digs up the weird origin of Santa Claus in this special Christmas edition of Ask a Mortician.

Scuba Claus, Cave Santa and Other Weird Ways to Visit the Jolly Man for Christmas

Scuba Claus, Cave Santa and other weird ways to visit the jolly man for Christmas

If you visit Ruby Falls, Tennessee during the holidays, you will find a Sugar Plum Fairy Village, elves and Santa Claus himself in the depths of America’s deepest commercial cave. In Kennebunkport, Maine Santa parades around town with elves in lobster costumes for Christmas. At the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga, you’ll find the jolly fat man in scuba gear swimming with the fishes.

More: Weird Ways to See Santa

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Creepy Santa photos

These Creepy Vintage Santa Photos Will Give You Nightmares

A collection of creepy vintage Santa photos sure to traumatize you for Christmas.

The bones of St. Nick

The Bones of St. Nicholas

Sorry folks, St. Nick is dead. And apparently his bones are leaking.

Santa’s Sleigh and Flying Saucer Collide

Santa UFO accident

If Santa did not make it to your house this year, maybe this why…