I thought that something a little different might be fun for Christmas this year. Here is an adaptation of the original Brothers Grimm story of Santa Claus. Before proceeding, and yes Santa was a Grimm creation before his legend changed over the centuries, realize that the Grimm fairy tales are massively different from the stories most Americans tell their children before bedtime. The Brothers Grimm were Eastern European, and lived about 150 years ago. Terrible things happened to children who disobeyed their parents or to people who disobeyed the rules of a ordered society. The tale of Santa Claus is no different from the other works of the Brothers Grimm. So, if this is likely to upset your sensibilities, do not proceed.
As for me, I enjoy a tale of irony which I can promise you this, will deviate from the same old same old that comes with a non stop television diet of Tim Allen and George Bailey.
sfdebris is a website maintained by a reasonably funny guy named Charles Sonnenburg, whom I have never met personally, nor even virtually. This adaptation of the original Brothers Grimm tale of Santa Claus, and the curse that made him was written and narrated by Sonnenburg. I hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I have.