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U.S. Aerospace Defense Command Identifies Inbound UFO as Big Man in Red Suit Riding Sleigh with Eight Reindeer

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An image captured by NORAD shows the man in his sleigh. Credits: noradsanta.org
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In this image from NORAD, one of the eight reindeers pulling the sleigh is clearly visible. Credits: noridsanta.org
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A map showing destinations visited prior to 7 a.m. EST on December 24. Credits: noridsanta.org
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PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, CO - According to reports, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is claiming that an Unidentified Flying Object they have been tracking is apparently a large man in a red suit, riding a sleigh pulled by eight flying reindeer. Further, the lead reindeer appears to have a shiny red, beacon-like nose that the gentleman is using as a navigation tool.

The man is apparently stopping in cities, towns and villages all over the world and making deliveries -- consistently using each dwelling's chimney whenever possible -- consisting of presents. Unconfirmed accounts have the man consulting a 'naughty and nice' list of boys and girls worldwide. As of 6:54 EST, the man has delivered more than 880,000,000 gifts, according to NORAD.

NORAD has made a live video stream of this unique event available via a special website, located at noradsanta.org, Also, the agency has apps available in the Windows, Apple and Google Play stores, with tracking opportunities also offered on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Google+ by typing “@noradsanta” into each search engine to get started. 

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