If you're looking for yuletides, roasting chestnuts, or plum pudding—this holiday story may not be for you—and that's OK. If you're looking to teach modern-day children how to become better people, mixed with real history and events—you'll love this adventure.
Kids around the world love knowing that Santa's favorite color is RED, and his favorite NUMBER is 57. But what is the adult meaning behind these terms?
The number 57 means "to follow your divine guide. It represents being brave while making tough decisions. Stay true to yourself when the odds are stacked against you." These topics are used throughout the story because the Kringle way of life is no piece of cake.
Red and 57 also pairs up with the HEINZ 57 FACTORY in Pittsburg, PA where LUKE KRINGLE once worked. This is important because this location was the FIRST all-electric factory in the world and another stepping stone to Santa's Workshop.
Children around the world also love knowing that Wally's favorite color is BLUE, and his favorite NUMBER is 42. Again, what is the adult meaning of these terms?
The number 42 means there are big positive changes happening. It represents confidence and self-reliance. It ultimately answers the questions of life and our existence in this universe. In the Bible, it represents the endless struggle between good and evil.
Blue/42 pair up with the Brooklyn Dodgers and JACKIE ROBINSON. However, Chris and Wally can't disclose anything more until you know more about their lives and their wives.
Jackie Robinson was the FIRST of many things, most notably for breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball. Both Chris and Wally Kringle were very close to Jackie Robinson and his family.
In 1910, Henry Ford gave the Kringle family one of the earliest Model T's before the assembly line was introduced. Young Santa started driving at age 10 because there was no LAW against children driving at that time. There were no stop signs, no license plates, and nobody needed an actual license at that time. In fact, in the entire state of New York, there wasn't even a single traffic light.
In 1912, while helping his dad in Baltimore, Chris Kringle crashed his car and painted his car RED. All the other cars were black (per Henry Ford's request) while young Chris and Wally stood out like a sore thumb. It's how they were caught delivering presents several times in their youth.
One important automotive invention occurred in 1923. Can you guess what it was?
In 1923, Chevrolet was the FIRST automotive company to introduce the CAR RADIO as an option. It cost an additional $200 while a new Chevrolet ran around $600. Can you imagine a radio costing almost as much as the vehicle itself? Crazy right?
Anyways, this invention is why Wally likes Chevrolet. The Kringle Brothers to this day still argue about which car company is better. Mrs. Claus, however, feels both brothers are wrong. She likes Mercedes.
Yes. I would recommend using a parent's email so they can be a part of the process and view the answer. All questions will be answered unless it's one of the major secrets that need to be saved for the books/movies.
As times have changed, Santa does not use snail mail anymore. As of 2020, he would like children to email Christmas WISH LISTS or ask him questions electronically.
It normally takes around 2-3 days to get a response from Santa. Internet connectivity is slow at the North Pole, but they did just install new WiFi in the Village of Elf.
The kids' picture books are rated "G". It includes all the "happy" and "fun" parts of Santa and Wally's life. From birth to now, it includes their families, real people, the Elves, and of course the reindeer. It's for everyone.
The (YA) young adult book series is more PG-13. It will have real life experiences, bad guys, death, kill scenes, along with action and adventure. Think Indiana Jones level of rating due to wartime events. No sex or bad words—just to be clear.
The author wishes to remain anonymous for reasons similar to Dr. Seuss. Kids don't want to hear a Santa story from anyone but Chris or Wally Kringle. That's why the author chose to use "Chris and Wally Kringle's" names on the books, and will maybe use the alias Dr. P on the young adult book series.
Currently we are in the process of using REAL NAMES, REAL COMPANIES and REAL EVENTS. Our goal is to teach children history and pay respect to great humans who have improved mankind.
In the year 1999, right before Y2K. When the author's kids were little, it started out as a simple bedtime story during the holidays. As the children grew, so did the adventure. Twenty years later—the story is complete and ready to be shared. It's truly "unbelievable," and as many adults have said over the years— "How in the world (did the author) tie all this stuff together?"
Once you understand everything in full, it will all be pieced together—almost magically.
The author discovered his kids wanted to know "everything" about Santa. This story was used as a teaching platform to educate. Everything from being a good person, friend, and sibling. Multiple topics are covered— ethics, morals, history, science, art, literature, sports, cars, health, geography and real-life events.
At a young age, the author's children heard the term "E=MC2," or "The Roaring 1920s" or "The 1930s Great Depression" because of Santa.
Kids will have fun learning and not even know it!
Use the "Email Santa" link on the top of this website, or click above and it will take you there.
Currently, the elves are setting up an automated response system where children can enter their wish list and it will be emailed to the parents. As the years go by this entire system will improve so parents don't have to pay for a "Letter From Santa" type of thing. Because it's true, Santa and Wally are always concerned with cost. They want to teach children how to be good with money.
Remember— Santa is a hero to children and a teacher to adults.
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This is a long story, so let's make this as fun and entertaining as possible. Especially if we're truly going to explain Santa's life and how it's intertwined with real history. After all his years at the North Pole, we now have enough documentation to prove Chris Kringle's existence. Much like Bob Lazar (Area 51), Chris and Wally's school records, employment history, and personal documentation has been destroyed. In 2020, this evidence surfaced and was written into book form.
I've often related this entire adventure to raising good children. Similarly, there is no single magical phrase or educational lesson to achieve this goal. This project has taken years of hard work, research, and of course, dedication. Hopefully, this journey will help all of us understand WHY it's important to be kind so good children can become caring adults.
QUICK SUMMARY OF OUR JOURNEY
In 1999, my young family had questions about Santa—the same ones which have existed for generations. As things would have it, I took my kids to the mall, where we stumbled across two-elderly holiday employees—Christopher and Wallace Kringle. That's the year I was informed Chris Kringle is REAL and was given unknown information about his life. I was shocked to find out Santa has an older brother (WALLY) and the fact that CHRIS was a descendant of Saint Nicholas. That year we began a tale never disclosed—one about two brothers continuing this gift-giving legacy in the name of peace.
Most kids write Santa a letter asking for toys, but after meeting Chris and Wally, my children asked them questions about their lives. I agreed to meet the KRINGLE BROTHERS in private each year, where they would provide explanations to these generational questions. That's how this adventure came to be—and my kids loved it. Before long, the topic of Santa Claus was a year-round affair.
Using actual history, authentic people, and established events—I learned things not taught in school. My background is in science, and as a kid, I never did well in history. Most likely because the topic seemed boring at the time. But Chris and Wally preached to me, "Don't believe everything you read" and "Do your own research." That's when my children became fascinated with Santa's life, and in the process of discovering his origins, we learned about his struggles and why he moved to the North Pole.
FYI—the Kringle brother's existence is no piece of cake. Chris Kringle is alive, as you'll find out—because we now have all the evidence to prove it. However, to explain this adventure correctly, we need to start out in the year 1900—the year modern-day Santa was born.
After my annual meetings with Chris & Wally, I relayed to my kids what they taught me. For most of us, the Santa Claus mystique is a broad and confusing subject. But in our household, we secretly held the answers and one topic became clear. Certain cultures value the holiday season differently than others. This created a fantastic learning experience where my kids wanted to know more. We learned about different religious beliefs and WHY Santa wants us all to get along. Who knew Chris and Wally's teenage years were related to the Roaring 20s or how their lives tied into the Great Depression? I researched a ton of information, and it helped my kids "think different." (Thank you, Apple, Steve Jobs, and of course, Albert Einstein) My kids heard the phrase "E=MC2" when they were in pre-school.
When grade school came around, my children understood the date October 24th, 1929—better known as Black Thursday. That's the day the U.S. stock market crashed, but it's also the day Santa's father died. Most people don't realize how this time period relates to Chris and Wally's life, nor how the Great Depression still affects us today. My kids loved learning something new, and I found a way to mix real-world events into our story.
Twenty years ago, the topic of Christmas was all my kids wanted to discuss. That's how this became such a long story. It all started out as a means to describe HOW and WHY it's important to be a nice person, a good brother/sister, and receive gifts at Christmas. Then it became bigger than that because as my kids aged, so did the adventure. Chris and Wally taught us about their lives, and my children couldn't get enough of it.
Most of us have seen the Christmas movies, TV specials or read the holiday books. It's an endless stream of delivery issues without any legitimacy. Too much fairy tale and not enough fact. With that said—this is what I wanted to change. There is no exciting real-world series about Chris Kringle or his mysterious life. In this tale, there will be no "bottomless" bag of presents or topics which don't make sense. I've been given all the documentation so we can go through this journey together.
Some of this newly discovered evidence is going to shock you. Ironically, when this information was shared with me, I felt as though we may have to rewrite several history books. We will reveal that Chris and Wally are alive but also touch on such topics as Adolf Hitler committing suicide. But did he? What? Is this true? I can't wait to show you more, but I've been asked by people in Hollywood to keep some of the major "Santa Secrets" under wraps. My agent has agreed to let us put the "First Chapter of the First Book" on this website, just as a little teaser for what's coming. I hope you take the time to read it and discover how people can make mistakes. And that's OK, but let's fix the problem so we can teach children the truth. The chapter of the first book is titled "Four Score & Seven Years Ago," and you can view it at the bottom of the "Young Adult Books" section of this website.
All my kids wanted to know was—"How did Chris Kringle grow up to become Santa Claus?" That's what it all boils down to. Year after year, my children would write questions. The Kringle brothers would answer them by sharing their secrets. Each Christmas, I would relay their story to my kids for hours at a time—and my family was thrilled to discover legitimate answers which made sense. Then one of my kids started spreading rumors about our bedtime story at school.
At Starbucks one morning, after dropping off the kids, a few parents asked me about a topic my son had presented to his class. Apparently, these adults wanted more information about Santa's flying reindeer—which I had just gone into detail about a week earlier. My son had informed his peers that reindeer can "jump really high (and fly) because of their hollow bones—like birds." He explained how they jump with their super strong muscles (white fiber, fast-twitch glycolytic)—which is how frogs leap so high, how cheetahs run so fast, and ultimately how reindeer fly. I didn't divulge too much at the time because of his age, but I found it interesting these parents wanted more details and were fascinated with this biological fact (RED vs. WHITE muscle fiber). Oddly, the teacher called me in to discuss. At first, I thought I was in trouble, but as it turns out—she just wanted more information too. That's when I told her more about our bedtime SANTA STORY—and she was the first to advise I should write a book. Fifteen years ago, I declined her kind gesture, but as time went by, several people convinced me to share this information. I quickly discovered adults wanted more of the story as well.
One year later, I introduced more of Wally's background. My children were saddened by the fact Wally had to leave his family in Alabama. They couldn't comprehend why he couldn't see his family again, nor why his name was really William Lee Williams. I understood Santa's big brother needed to live a life of total secrecy, especially since no one had ever heard his name before. Wally's role in Chris Kringle's life is simple; a big brother who does everything in his power to protect his only sibling. Wally never receives attention for all his good deeds, but would rather allow Chris to take credit for all they achieve.
Most kids of today don't realize that 100 years ago, school as we know it—didn't exist. When Chris and Wally were little, children would "usually" start work very early in life. It's a fact—there was no public education at the start of the 20th century. Anywhere! In the early 2000s, my kids couldn't envision working for a living—spending their entire childhood in a mine, a dirty factory, or even sweeping floors at a local business. That's when my kids stopped complaining about homework and did better in school. Then it hit me—SANTA would be the one to describe HOW LUCKY children were to be educated. Prior to this story, my children viewed learning as a chore—until they heard horror stories from a hundred years ago. At the same time, my family couldn't understand why Chris and Wally only had one pair of shoes or why some children couldn't go to school together. My youngest didn't understand why Wally would never travel south or why he got into trouble in Alabama. My wife found it interesting that very few families had a car, women didn't drive, and so many laws were different back then. My mother-in-law didn't believe me when I informed her that women couldn't open a bank account without their husband (or another man) present. Sadly, 100 years ago, it was TRUE, so I put it into story form. Bottom line—there were a ton of things we needed to discuss, and I found a lot of these topics weren't being taught in school. Crazy!
Before we go any further, this story is historically accurate. It's a FACT that in 1776 Thomas Jefferson proposed the United States should educate every American—but this didn't happen for a variety of reasons. Almost a hundred years later, laws were passed in 1851 and 1852 (New York and Massachusetts, respectively) for those states to form a public school system—but this didn't happen either (mostly due in part to the start of the Civil War in 1861). From my research, there is no "FIRM DATE" when the United States public educational system began, so I took some liberties with this part of the tale. It's never been disclosed that Chris and Wally attended (PS1)—the first public school in New York state's history. Sadly, all their childhood school records have been destroyed by the bad guys. Everything except one important document.
During the early portion of Santa's life, I was informed children DIDN'T receive presents under the tree. What's perfect is that this gift-giving technique is truly what he's famous for—sneaking into homes on this special day of the year. I was informed that in 1907, young Christopher first delivered gifts to his family, especially his new brother Wally, then to his neighborhood friends. A couple of years later, he gave gifts to others in his zip code. By the 1920s, he completes the Tri-state area, then the east coast, and builds his delivery system up from there. It's a business first, where everything has to start small, with bikes as a delivery system. Then it turns into planes, trains, and automobiles before the magical sleigh. Everything has to build upon itself and make sense. And when you finally discover the meaning of Christopher's mother's name, this will help you understand why he chose Christmas Day to deliver gifts. With that being said, both Chris and Wally have told me—they understand Jesus would appreciate toys being delivered on his birthday—in the name of peace.
With this adventure starting out at the turn of the 20th century, I became fascinated by how well Chris and Wally's lives melded with actual events. Things fell into place, almost as if they were meant to be. The Kringle brothers provided me with legitimate documents, photos and evidence. I (wink-wink) researched the validity of their claims. Then the fun started. Patients told me what it was like growing up in Nazi Germany as a part of Hitler's Youth. Others told me what Christmas was like in different parts of the world. I set up meetings with older adults and professional athletes who were patients, musicians, or engineers to discover what their careers were like. So many questions needed to be answered—especially if the Kringle story were to be believable.
My aunt in New Jersey worked for The Hershey Company in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. I never knew Chris Kringle's first job was in Derry Church Township, which is now known better as Hershey, PA. As a kid growing up in California, I never understood why my aunt drove so far to work. Now I do. Hershey is one of the most ethical, loyal, and best companies to work for in the world. Strangely, this whole topic is one of the first clues which prove Santa's existence. After I discovered Milton Hershey and young Chris Kringle were friends—it all made sense. Think about what Milton Hershey achieved at the end of the 19th century; He bought hundreds of acres of land, created a town, paved the roads, installed electricity, built the buildings/factory, then started a company—FOR HIS GREATEST ASSET. HIS EMPLOYEES! After this great man passed away in 1945, Santa befriends another person named Walt, who does the same thing (buys land, creates a town from scratch, and improves the lives of everyone around him). This business scenario is important because this is precisely what Chris and Wally do at the North Pole. Everything the Kringle Brothers learn has to come from somewhere, and the pieces of the Santa Claus puzzle were coming together perfectly. Then it was time to contact these famous businesses (and people) who were tied into the story. BTW—quick thank you to Brian Salisbury at Boldt Castle (www.boldtcastle.com) for all your hard work and help with this project.
Mixing real people, known history, and legitimate locations blew my family away. My children gained knowledge without realizing they were learning. Via this bedtime story, we traveled around the globe and never left our house. Those early years were entertaining, but as time went by, the questions my children asked became harder to answer. Luckily, Chris and Wally filled in all the details, including how their lives have been used cinematically. Who knew Fred Astaire gave Santa dancing lessons for his wedding in 1957, or how Fred was involved (Postman) in the most famous Christmas movie ever?
My kids loved the 1970 stop-motion television special, "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town." However, by 3rd grade, they wanted something newer and up-to-date (thank you, Harry Potter). The topics of our "Santa Story" advanced because of rumors at school. After all my years of research and meetings— my kids were starting to question the validity of you-know-who.
By 2010, the foundation was set. My kids understood all the secrets about Santa's life, and I could now reveal more delicate details. Not that I'm a master storyteller, because I'm not, but I learned the art of "cliffhangers" to keep my family's attention. This gave my three kids the arsenal to discuss these topics with other adults. It became fun watching my pre-teens argue with relatives over factual historical evidence. Chris and Wally taught my kids "to remember the War of 1812. America's most forgotten war." This conflict is another clue, and you won't believe how it relates to Babe Ruth. On that note—most people can't believe the 1918 World Series (between the Boston Red Sox and the Chicago Cubs) used carrier pigeons to update soldiers with the score. Or that betting was involved a year before the famous 1919 Black-Sox scandal. It's true—and the Kringle Brothers have old newspapers and pictures to prove it. Chris and Wally attended those World Series games late in their teens, and somehow this important World Series game relates to "America's most forgotten war." It would also be another 100 years until the Cubs or the Red Sox won another title :(
Our "Santa Story" really took off when all three kids were past 4th grade. They wanted to know more about Mrs. Claus, Wally's missing family, neighborhood friends, and of course—the elves. As usual, we would start our bedtime event around December 20th of each year. My children sat and listened while I showed pictures, revealed evidence, and tied music into scenes. The adults in our family would laugh when I rehearsed with my wife what I was going to say.
A few things I remember from those early years—my kids didn't know what a Ford Model T looked like. They couldn't imagine a car without a radio or a DVD player. They didn't understand why Wally got his hand slapped for writing left-handed or why Santa's dad LUKE made the boys "sit up straight" or wake up early and sell newspapers. Being a great father, Luke wanted to instill a strong work ethic in his kids. That's what Chris and Wally told me about the man who they adored the most.
One specific Christmas in 2012, my 70-year-old father-in-law sat in to listen. He claimed we had something special and advised me to tape-record our bedtime event. (Sadly, we never did.) After years of building upon this tale, I never realized how much information was packed in here. He listened for three nights straight—and claimed he learned more than he had in years. That's when I figured out this story wasn't just for kids, so I kept researching new information.
To be clear—this is a historical adventure about Chris and Wally Kringle. Similar to National Treasure but with way more backstory and legitimate clues. There are literally 1000s of breadcrumbs I've left for you to figure out on your own. The problem is—some of these clues are not contained within the same book. The reason Abraham Lincoln's 1863 Gettysburg photo was used in the first chapter of this book series is because we're going to examine several photo's like this. The famous picture of Adolf Hitler dead in his bunker now tells us via facial recognition this wasn't him. Lots of people don't know it, but Hitler had as many as SEVEN body doubles, several of them women. Hitler's skull from that photo has been kept by the Russian government for over 70-years, and it's now being claimed this skull has female DNA. Watch the great TV series "Hunting Hitler" if you don't believe me. I still can't understand how Santa had privy to this information, but like many of us, I never truly believed Hitler killed himself in his bunker. Chris and Wally debate this to this day.
In this story, everything around the belly of the earth is true, but when we get to the North Pole—all the gloves come off. The North Pole, of course, is a magical world. It's unlike anything else you've ever seen and not how Hollywood makes it seem. The good news is—the good guys always win, but the true moral of this story is treating others with kindness and respect. At the end of this, you'll get to decide—are Chris and Wally real? And if so, how are they even alive? And wait until you hear about the bad guys—the evil Confraters and how they're embedded in ancient history. Once you discover their origins—it will all make sense. Parts of this Confrater group hits a little too close to home.
After multiple requests from relatives, parents, and even patients, I decided to write these books. There is only one reason I took on this project—so more children can grow up to become better adults. I believe this story can impact humanity, and as one of the editors has claimed, "If every child hears this story—skin color racism will not exist anymore." I've always appreciated his comment, and it's true—once you understand the Harvard part of Chris and Wally's life.
The YA books are almost done being edited. FYI—they're about 300 pages each and filled with pictures to help tell this incredible story. With that said, all of us can now use this to make the world a better place. These characters will change the way you think—and it doesn't end during Christmastime. I know from telling this story for the past 25 years—you'll have children's attention in a positive way, and they'll learn something new at the same time.
By the time my kids were teenagers, every piece of the Santa Claus puzzle fit together perfectly. It wasn't like a black leather glove that didn't hold up at trial. Per the last sentence, when telling a story, I like to hide secrets right in front of you—then expose them later. Young children don't grasp the "black glove/O.J. Simpson" reference, but I enjoy dropping hints deep within the story world.
An example of how I write would be "Hodor" from Game of Thrones. If you've seen it, you know it took HBO four seasons to reveal Hodor's name—and it was a really cool payoff. The same with Wally's name and how Chris becomes Santa. It's unbelievable when you discover the "true meaning" behind these two men, as I've enjoyed spreading clues for you to figure out on your own. I believe there is power in discovering things on a personal level.
If you didn't see it on the first page of this website, Christopher Kringle is a descendant of the real St. Nicholas. However, he doesn't know it in the story, and it's something he and Wally must figure out on their own. One other adult mystery to decode—Chris Kringle doesn't "officially" become "Santa Claus" until after World War II. Remember that statement and all the clues. When you finally grasp how Chris becomes Santa—you'll be blown away as if you've known it all along.
Most adults believe the company Coca-Cola was involved in Santa wearing the red suit—but that's not the reason he wears this apparel. I would never make it that easy for anyone to guess, but would rather include those details for historical reference. If you know your history—the answer about the "red suit" has already been given. And if you got it, good for you. If you didn't, don't worry—you'll be totally surprised when it's finally revealed. It's a big payoff, and I promise you in the end, it will all be worth your time. Also, since we're on topic, Chris and Wally never die. They may come close, closer than you'd like, but the Kringle Brothers aren't dying on my watch. They will always survive for future generations.
Another popular question from kids over the years is—"HOW DOES SANTA LIVE SO LONG?" Here's the answer. Do you know why we put food in the refrigerator? Because fruits and vegetables last 3-4x longer in a colder environment. Similar to this analogy—that's why the Kringle Brothers live at the North Pole. Residing in a more polar location will allow them to survive at least 300 years. Scientists have now predicted Chris and Wally should live until the year 2200, or maybe longer. Other clues suggest they may never die at all while referencing other humans like Noah, from the Bible, where it's claimed he lived for approximately 800 years. Other known humans, like those who live in the Himalayan mountains, live, on average, a healthy 124-year life span. Some of these inhabitants pass the age of 150, and sadly, this fun topic of conversation isn't being taught in school.
All the questions about Christmas and Santa will finally be answered with logical terms. There's no politics or religion—just a fun atmosphere. Secretive hints are always explained in groups of three—for younger kids, adolescents, and finally, adults. I hope you gain knowledge on a multitude of levels as you'll eventually discover Chris Kringle is real. He's a part of all of us because we're all in this together. And wait until you hear Wally's side of the story. He's the most incredible big brother you've never heard of. One famous person was once quoted as saying, "America wouldn't have won the Revolutionary War" without Wally's great-ancestor.
On the back of the first children's picture book was a notation for www.chriskringle.com, where children can now email Santa their WISH LIST or ask any question they desire. It's the same thing I did with my children twenty years ago. The website went live in 2021, thanks to a lot of free time during COVID. To answer several questions about this site: yes, I did it myself, and yes, I help answer emails with Santa. Children around the globe can now email questions as Santa normally responds within 2-3 days, also cc'ing the parents as well. I've posted some of the responses, and they're hilarious. If you or your child has any thoughts, questions, or advice—feel free to contact us.
There will be four easy-to-read bedtime picture books.
"How I Became Santa Clause," by Chris Kringle (already out in publication)
"How I Became Santa's Big Brother," by Wally Kringle (in edit)
"How I Became Mrs. Clause," by Norene Williams (written, working on pictures)
"How I Became Santa's Favorite Elf," by Bano (written, need artist)
One more thing—in all the books (and or movies), there will be no swear words or sexual conduct. For the children's picture books, think Dr. Seuss but with historical accuracy. There's also a front page for Santa, Wally, Mrs. Claus, or the Elves to autograph. This, of course, is done when they come to your house or when you see them in person.
YOUNG ADULT (YA) BOOKS:
Right now, the young adult books are ten in number, each explaining approximately a decade of Santa's life. The reading is easy for 5th/6th grade and above and provides enough secrets to make it entertaining for adults. The subject matter builds upon the details of the volume before, typically age-appropriate for Chris and Wally's life. Everything has been written except book #9, which will be explained—in due time.
The topics of the YA series will build off the children's picture books but with greater detail. However, in the older group, the bad guys do commit crimes. Chris and Wally perform detective work, and there is some violence for historical reference. History is history—tell it how it is. Several famous murders will be discussed and theorized; Abraham Lincoln's assignation (1865), Jack the Ripper (London, 1888), JFK (Dallas, 1963), MLK (Tennessee, 1968), and as mentioned above, Adolf Hitler (Berlin, 1945). However, my research tells me most people have forgotten about President Theodore Roosevelt getting shot while running for a third term (1912). Four years removed from office, Teddy gave a speech in Milwaukee and was hit in the chest at point-blank range. I never knew this information growing up—but my kids will never forget the details after seeing how the Kringle brothers were involved. The bigger question we need to ask is WHY did President Roosevelt run for a 3rd term? Do you know the answer? What happened in 1913? Think about "Monopolies," something Teddy was strongly against.
SANTA'S YOUTUBE VIDEOS & YOUTUBE CHANNEL: @CHRISKRINGLE
Some of the questions children ask are difficult to answer "quickly" or in written form. If a picture says a thousand words, then a video says a million. Because of this, I wanted to create a way to answer questions but didn't know what to do. On Halloween 2022, I purchased software called CreateStudio Pro, spent two weeks learning how to use it, and made "SANTA'S STORY—KRINGLE FAMILY CHRISTMAS VIDEO 2022." Sounds difficult, but in less than ten days, I was able to create a video that explains how Santa delivers presents around the world. By mid-December, this video was one of the most shared videos (percentage-wise) on YouTube. It sounds cool, but Santa's not in the YouTube business. He's in the "Making the world a better place" business. Santa's YouTube channel @CHRISKRINGLE will not be monetized. Sorry, Mr. Beast!
By the way, thank you for all the kind feedback. This was not a PIXAR high-budget cartoon. It's just a way to get the ball rolling and show children the true meaning of Christmas: "It's not about how much money you have. It's not about the color of your skin or which religion you believe in. Life is about being a good person and helping those around you." —Wilma Kringle, at the end of the above-mentioned video.
In March of 2021, while the books were being edited, I attempted to write movie scripts—which is an entirely different problem. I never thought it would be so difficult to cram this story into a 100-page script. To be blunt, I never planned on doing any of this. I'm sure you can tell by now, but I'm not a writer. Good writing takes years to master, and hopefully, the editors work their magic. However, as my wonderful and beautiful wife has calmly said, "It's a great story, and you need to make it public."
Please remember Chris and Wally's life mission. They want people to understand how humans are all the same, not argue about our differences, and treat each other with respect. Their goal is equality, to rid the world of hate, and somehow obtain world peace—hence why they give gifts to good children. Hopefully, their mission statement will be received by people who need it the most.
Lastly, any feedback is greatly appreciated. Let me know if you have any questions, concerns, or advice. If you see a typo, let me know. I don't take it personally as I do have another full-time job. I'd love to hear from you (good or bad), as it can only make the story better.
Thank you for reading. I hope you enjoy our bedtime adventure. It will be out soon...
Made for kids with adult historical secrets. Visit the Village of Elf, meet Wally, and discover how presents are delivered around the world. Pixie the Elf may also make a guest appearance—if you can find her.