Krampusnacht

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  • HEY! I am Krampus. I'm here to tell you all about Krampus night, or better known as, Krampusnacht.
  • Krampusnacht takes place on the night of December 5th and proceeds into the 6th. It is the celebration of Krampus. Krampus is a horned, anthropomorphic folklore figure described as "half-goat, half-demon".
  • Krampusnacht is celebrated in Central Europe. On this night, rotten men will dress as me and scare little children, that's MY job!
  • This holiday is to celebrate me. It is celebrated because it was most likely a pre-christian tradition. Women get to dress as Frau Perchta, a Nordic figure that may have been an aspect of Freyja, the fertility and war goddess. Interestingly, in the Pennsylvania Dutch community.
  • That is all the information I have on Krampusnacht. I hope you liked my little representation. Now time to go terrorize little children!
  • MWAHAHAHAHAHA!
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