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An evil Christmas figure-Krampu

Christmas is meant to be full of blessing and happiness. Kids around the world are expecting the visit of the generous Santa Claus. However, does every kid deserve a nice Christmas gift from the kind white-bearded old man? Of course not! In ancient German folklore, there is an evil Christmas monster called Krampus, who punishes children who have misbehaved.

A lesson for the naughty kids

This one is hilarious!

The history of Krampus

A bedtime story about Krampus

Krampuses walk in a parade

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