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A centuries-old Christmas tradition called the Krampus Run returns to Bavaria where monsters roam the streets in search of bad children.

Produced by: Erik Olsen

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    Krampus is a Germanic folklore character who accompanies St. Nicholas. While St. Nicholas...

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