What Did Santa Claus Do On Easter?

Santa Claus and his wife Holly Claus began Easter morning by welcoming approximately 100 lucky children to an Easter egg hunt at North Pole City.  These kids were chosen by raffle from a pool of thousands. Those whose parents are members of the paranormal community from all around the world.  Many of us in that secret community get the privilege of getting glorious gifts from Santa at Christmas, and sometimes being invited to special North Pole events hosted by the great Father Christmas. This as a reward to the unsung heroes who battle the forces of supernatural evil in the shadows just out of view of the average human.

The egg hunt is apart of the Enchanted Easter Festival which includes a variety of rides, games, and refreshments not seen anywhere on Earth! The apex is the Sunday night Easter banquet where the Easter Bunny himself is invited as the guest of honor. The top 3 winners of the Easter Egg Hunt get to spend a week at Claus Manor as Santa’s personal guests along with a special late afternoon Easter luncheon with the Easter Bunny.  There’s also a sleigh ride to the Easter Bunny’s hidden Easter Village in the Black Forest of Germany.  No matter who wins all children get an elegant Easter basket full of toys made by Elves and treats directly from the Easter Bunny.  Among the festivities, the Easter bunnies baby chicks, and baby bunny helpers hop happily about playing with the kids.

At Noon Santa hosted a luncheon amid a green spring garden full of iridescent flowers magically produced in the middle of the Arctic by his Leprechaun friends with aid of the Easter Bunny emissaries.  Cups ran over with Easter eggnog, and plates piled high with mystical non-meat ham, Cadbury Eggs, chocolate Easter Bunnies, jelly beans, marshmallow Peeps, and a plethora of other treats. The kids were allowed to eat as much as they wanted because nobody gets sick or injured within the sacred walls of Santa’s magical North Pole City.  Children with chocolate smeared on their faces went on a feeding frenzy as they screamed with glee over the tons of candy they went crazy for! Santa and the Easter Bunny stood nearby laughing heartily! It was a delightful day of fantastical fun!

Although Santa was always present the Easter Bunny would pop into one of his wondrous rabbit holes to instantly appear somewhere on Earth to hide eggs, attend to important Easter business, and also hold his own holiday festivities at Easter Village in Germany. This little guy really gets around. Thankfully he finished most of his egg hiding that morning. Easter Monday would be another round of Easter celebrations at the Bunny’s village. Santa Claus and his family would be in attendance.

As nightfall approached a dazzling fireworks display lit the Arctic skies amid an amazing magically induced Aurora.  Santa then gave a rousing Easter speech before introducing the Bunny Man himself to instill the Easter Spirit within everyone in amazing attendance.  A number of people would be staying the week while others got into their planes, sleighs, or magical portals to go to the Easter Bunny’s Village, or head home to continue their quest to aid humankind, and halt the nefarious forces of darkness!

The Story Of The Easter Bunny
The Easter Bunny is named Eggbert, and he is the world’s only known Werehare. His human form is limited to Christmas but he may take a normal bunny form of any color, or 6 foot tall anthropomorphic bipedal rabbit form at will.  Although certain factors may force him into various bunny forms just as the Full Moon turns some humans into Werewolves.  Eggbert always fought against the forces of darkness until he met his match in Santa Claus’s evil twin brother, aka The Anti-Claus, and his dark coven of Witches. They eradicated him with extreme prejudice but through a cruel twist of fate resurrected him as an immortal bunny so they could torment him for daring to take them on! Santa Claus intervened and used his Heavenly influence to make Eggbert a Saint thereby granting him extra special powers. This unusual set of circumstances transformed him into a werehare. The conditions of his Sainthood were that he must live out the rest of his life with the supposed hardship of the spell cast upon him. Fortunately, he loves being a little or sometimes a big bunny man. So it ended up all good in the end! This is why he can only be human on Christmas courtesy of Santa Claus, and the Spirit Of Christmas. Happy Easter To All And To All An Excellent Egg Hunt!

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