Washington Post Newspaper Article: Spoiler Warning: Don't Read This Story If You Believe in Santa
Although most children across the world don't get a glimpse of Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, one Leesburg dad – working with a few other Loudoun "elves" - has come up with a way to "prove" Santa dropped by.
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Columbus Ledger Enquirer Newspaper Article: Santa: Naughty or nice?
I would headline this “I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus and called 911,” but it wouldn’t be in the Christmas spirit.
Hartford Courant Newspaper Article: New Site Puts Santa In The Picture
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus — and we've got the pictures to prove it. A new website, www.CaptureTheMagic.com, allows you to create photos that prove beyond a doubt that jolly old St. Nick really did visit your home on Christmas Eve.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Newspaper Article: Santa Magic
Are your children becoming skeptical of Santa Claus?
Leesburg Today Newpaper Article: Company Helps Offer Proof Of Santa's Visit
For Lansdowne resident Jim Hallihan, the absence of the previous night's milk and cookies and the appearance of a pile of presents on Christmas morning wasn't enough to satisfy his daughter Brooke's wish to see real proof that Santa Claus had paid a visit to their home.
CaptureTheMagic.com Radio Interview with WRVA Richmond VA: Our head elf is interviewed on WRVA Morning Show.
So Jim, how did you come up with the idea for this website...."
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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Newpaper Article: Site let' you picture Santa in your home
Sooner or later, your kids are going to start asking uncomfortable questions about Christmas. "How will Santa slide down our chimney, which is only a few inches wide?" And, "Billy said that Santa is really his dad!"
Magical Beliefs Press Release: CaptureTheMagic.com Launches Web site enabling users to "Catch Santa in the Act"
New Web site gives parents a way to prove to their kids that Santa came to their home on Christmas Eve