This photo, taken by local pharmacist Hiram Baxter, shows Santa’s sleigh with its characteristic glitter trail, flying over Shickshinny, Pennsylvania on Christmas Eve, 1955. As if you needed any more evidence.
Archive for christmas
Before the paperback book. Before comics. There were the Pulp. They were named for the cheap pulpwood paper on which they were printed. But they were famous for their exciting, often lurid covers. The covers really sold these magazine. So, like many other mags, when Christmas rolled around, they’d attach a Christmas theme to the covers. But, being pulps, it never was quote as simple as that.
See some great examples after the jump.
Can you believe it? We’ve finally come to the end of the adventure. And, better yet, tomorrow is Christmas! But before all that happens you’ll want to listen to the thrilling conclusion.
Want to hear the whole thing again? Click here and you can do just that! Or you can just listen to select episodes. It’s Christmas Eve everything is possible!
Tomorrow is the final day of these adventures. But today we get a parade. Isn’t that always the way? Celebrating before things are really done.
Find the rest here.
The big guy appears today. Who’s the big guy? Hint: His belly shakes when he laughs like a bowl full of jelly.
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Yesterday you heard cowboys. What do we encounter today? Why Indians of course!
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What are Cocklebur Cowboys and Muddlers? Press play, listen, and find out!
Catch up on the previous adventures here.
Giants or rabbits? Which does this series need? Don’t worry these episodes give you both!
Where are the other episodes? Just click here to find them!
Keep listening folks. Because you don’t want to miss Samuel Seal and his “impressive” tricks in episode six!
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