Author Archives: Xavier Remington

Xavier Remington

About Xavier Remington

🎅As the Founder and President of Mystic Investigations I have dealt with all manner of metaphysical mayhem! However the supernatural beings and paranormal phenomenon of the Christmas season are some of the most magical. Our supernatural crime fighting team has had the honor of being welcome at the Demi-Angel Santa Claus's North Pole City and the horror of battling the diabolical Anti-Claus! This Xmas blog was born out of a deep interest and love for The Spirit Of Christmas! Merry Christmas To All And To All A Safe Night!🎄

The World War II Christmas Miracle

Carl Dentai, his wife Teresa and five year old daughter Brigitta fled Hungary in the last days of World War II.  The Soviet Red Army advanced in May 1945. Carl was lucky enough to survive a Nazi Death Camp and … Continue reading

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Has Santa Ever Flown Into Outer Space?

Indeed Santa Claus has flown into space with his reindeer and sleigh. He’s even flown on his own Superman style! Yes as a Angel-Human Hybrid he has the power of levitation and self-telekinetic flight. However he is quite modest about … Continue reading

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Christmas Television 1981

Travel back in time to December 19th, 1981 to watch Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town on WLS Channel 7 in Chicago. This classic Christmas stop motion animation is a Rankin/Bass Production that first aired on December 14th 1970. Their … Continue reading

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The Adventures Of Flat Stanley And Mystic Investigations

This is a short science fiction story written for my niece, and her Flat Stanley School Project. Flat Stanley is a boy miraculously flattened, and shrunk which causes him to have unique adventures. He is often mailed to other people around … Continue reading

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