A man from Washington State describes hearing Santa's Sleigh land on his roof complete with the sounds of sleigh bells, hooves and a heavy sack and footsteps !
At the time he was 20 years old and at college. He had never had any strong belief in Santa and his family generally took a skeptical view on strange phenomenon. To this day, he hasn't told his family but like many others, he is sure of what he heard.
We all have a 'boggle threshold' - where the idea of extraordinary phenomena is repelled by our brain's filter of improbability, based on our beliefs, experiences and willingness to consider what has previously remained outside our knowledge and level of understanding.
I had heard stories of people seeing and hearing Santa before but this is the first time I've spoke to someone about their experience. It turns out that many, many people have had these experiences, either in childhood or as adults.
This was an enlightening chat for me and it has brought a sense of unexpected magic to this holiday. For that I am very grateful. I hope you enjoy it too.
Merry Yuletide One and All ✨🎅🎄❤️
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Content warning: These are not fairytales and the content is unsuitable for children. Some episodes may contain details which some may find unsettling or frightening. The Modern Fairy Sightings Podcast is designed for listeners 16 years and older.
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