Rudolph's Nose Glows from Blood Flows

December 20, 2012

Eva Gusnowski

So they must have used thermal cameras way back in the day while they were writing that carol...or else how would they have ever figured out that Rudolph's nose really does glow?



Christmas research is so amazing.  Maybe next year they'll figure out how Santa could really manage to fit down a Chimney.  Or why he hasn't developed Type 2 diabetes with all of those cookies he eats during the holidays.


Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, c. 1964



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