Someone Found Where Santa Claus Was Buried - The Interrobang

Experts say they have likely identified Saint Nicholas' tomb beneath the ancient St. Nicholas Church in Demre. On the Saint's death in 343, he was buried in a church in the ancient city of Myra. The modern Turkish town of Demre now stands on the site ...

These Archaeologists May Have Just Found Remains Of Saint Nick - The Daily Caller

Archaeologists may have found the remains of the original Santa Claus beneath the St. Nicholas Church in southern Turkey, according to researchers Thursday. The archaeologists uncovered remains in Demre, near where Saint Nicholas was born around ...

Remains of St. Nicholas may have been discovered in Turkey - CBS News

ANKARA, Turkey -- Turkish archaeologists believe they may have discovered the remains of St. Nicholas — from whom the legend of Santa Claus emerged — beneath a church at his birthplace in southern Turkey, an official said Thursday. St. Nicholas was ...

Santa's dead, archaeologists say - The Denver Post

Whoever told you that Santa Claus was an impostor with a fake beard collecting a Christmastime check at the mall or a lie cooked up by your parents to trick you into five measly minutes of quiet was, at minimum, misinformed. The bad news: Santa Claus ...

The internet has mixed feelings about the discovery of Santa Claus's grave - Boston Herald

Santa Claus attends an evening hosted by Brooks Brothers to celebrate the holidays with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital at Brooks Brothers on December 13, 2016 in New York City. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook FacebookShare to ...

Santa Claus' Tomb May Have Been Found In Turkey - CBS San Francisco Bay Area

CBS Local — Turkish archaeologists may end up on many children's “naughty list” after claiming they've found the tomb of the original Saint Nicholas. According to reports, a survey of St. Nicholas church in Antalya, Turkey has discovered an intact ...

Here Comes Santa Claus! Archaeologists Discover the Tomb of Saint Nicholas - artnet News

The tomb at the Church of Saint Nicholas in Demre, Turkey, that was thought The empty tomb at the Church of Saint Nicholas in Demre, Turkey, that was previously thought to be the burial place of St. Nicholas. Courtesy of Schellhorn/ullstein bild via ...

Archaeologists in Turkey say they may have discovered the remains of St. Nicholas - KTIV

Archaeologists in Turkey say they may have discovered the remains of Saint Nicholas, the fourth century bishop whose legend evolved into the modern-day Santa Claus. The discovery was the result of painstaking excavations at the Church of Saint Nicholas.

Archaeologists have probably discovered the remains of Santa Claus - Mashable

Here are two important pieces of news. Santa Claus is real; however, Santa Claus is also dead. Archaeologists may have come upon the tomb of Saint Nicholas underneath a church in the province of Antalya, Turkey, recently. Per The Guardian, the previous ...

Santa Claus Is For Real & Archaeologists Just Found His Tomb In Turkey - MensXP.com

We understand that it's too early to talk about Christmas, since most of us are prepping up for Diwali and Halloween, but this is an important piece of information that we can't help share with you guys. First of all, if people ever called you crazy ...

Archaeologists 'discover' Santa Claus's grave in Turkey - euronews

The team claim remains previously thought to belong to St. Nicholas and taken to Italy were actually of a local priest. Now Reading: Archaeologists 'discover' Santa Claus's grave in Turkey. Archaeologists 'discover' Santa Claus's grave in Turkey. Share ...

Have archaeologists discovered Father Christmas' tomb? - AOL UK

Archaeologists have just made a discovery that could ruin Christmas for kids all around the world. Researchers say that they may have discovered the tomb of Saint Nicholas, who is better known to the world as Santa Claus. Found in Demre, Turkey in the St.

Archaeologists may have discovered St. Nick's bones - Phys.Org

Turkish archaeologists believe they may have discovered the remains of St. Nicholas—from whom the legend of Santa Claus emerged—beneath a church at his birthplace in southern Turkey. St. Nicholas was born and served as a bishop of what is now the ...

Archaeologists 'discover' Santa Claus's tomb in Turkey - The Scotsman

They believe they may have unearthed the remains of St. Nicholas - from whom the legend of Santa Claus emerged - beneath a church at his birthplace in southern Turkey. A state of St Nicholas in the ancient Turkish city of Demre. Picture: Thinkstock.

Santa's tomb may have been found under Turkish church - Premier

Turkish archaeologists believe they may have discovered the remains of St Nicholas, the inspiration behind Father Christmas. Researchers told the Turkish newspaper Hurriyet that they had uncovered an intact temple and burial grounds below St Nicholas ...

Archaeologists 'unearth tomb of Santa Claus' in Turkey - Yahoo News UK

The original tomb of Saint Nicholas, the progenitor of Santa Claus, may have been found beneath a church in Turkey. More. Archaeologists have unearthed something which could break the hearts of millions of children – the tomb of Santa Claus. It's not ...

Tomb of 'Santa Claus' discovered in Turkey - Deccan Herald

Scientific and technological studies had revealed the existence of an intact tomb under the church, researchers said. Image courtesy Twitter. Archaeologists claim to have discovered the tomb of Saint Nicholas - whose habit of secret gift-giving gave ...

Archaeologists may have discovered St. Nicholas' bones - FOX 61

ANKARA, Turkey — Turkish archaeologists believe they may have discovered the remains of St. Nicholas — from whom the legend of Santa Claus emerged — beneath a church at his birthplace in southern Turkey. St. Nicholas was born and served as a ...

Santa is real, but dead, archaeologists say - PennLive.com

Turkish archaeologists say they found the tomb of the original Santa Claus, known as St. Nicholas. (Robert F. Bukaty, Associated Press). Comment. 0 shares. By Candy Woodall · cwoodall@pennlive.com. In a story missing only Nicholas Cage and a stolen ...

Santa Claus was real and archaeologists may just have found his tomb - The News Minute

Turkish archaeologists claim to have found the final resting place of Santa Claus and it's not the North Pole. TNM Staff. Thursday, October 05, 2017 - 15:19. Share @Whatsapp Share @Facebook Share @twitter Share @Email Share @google+ Share @reddit ...