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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!
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