Halloween Party
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Halloween Party Absent of a Few Elves
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The North Pole Halloween Party last night was a smashing success but notably absent were many elves from North Pole Flight Command.

Details are still sketchy at this time but we have it on anonymous authority that several elves associated with the design, construction and test flights of Santa’s sleigh chose to stay at work on Halloween.

Honestly, Santa can’t be happy about this. But we haven’t been able to find him to ask him about it either.

In the radio news report above Elf Crash tried to visit Flight Command this morning and was quickly escorted out.

That’s a really weird thing because Elf Crash is not only our Eye in the Sky reporter but he’s kind of a big shot in the Tracker Elf program at the North Pole. If anyone has access to Flight Command, it should be Elf Crash.

North Pole Flight Command publishes the news about Santa’s sleigh. You can read about it over at their website.

We have not covered it much here at SantaUpdate.com because it is still a long time until Christmas. It doesn’t become a story here until it’s a story. Especially if North Pole Flight Command is keeping things hush-hush.

Elf Crash is on the story. He’s not happy. So I think he is determined to find out what this is really all about.

Elf Harold Star

1 reply
  1. Elf Ulan
    Elf Ulan says:

    Thank you Elf Harold. And thank you for visiting and asking Flight Command elves, Elf Crash. I’m surprised to hear that too. I feel sorry for elves couldn’t go the party and the pilots freaking out. I wanted them to have fun and relax a lot there during the break. The Version 8 is over Ontario, Canada now. I hope Flight Command would tell at least Elf Crash, Santa or Mrs. claus the reasons in person, and the efforts of all of the concerned elves will make great jobs. I continue to believe in and cheer them up! Thank you Elves Frank and Crash, I’m looking forward to the next news. XD

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