VATICAN ENQUIRER – SOMEWHERE IN THE NORTH PACIFIC, The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) continuing its holiday tradition of monitoring jolly St. Nick’s flight during Christmas Eve, reports tracking him headed for the Costa Rica after Santa’s biggest night of the year, delivering presents to the nice boys and girls around the globe.
While Santa can get in and out of any house with ease, he can’t avoid radar detection.
NORAD, the agency has been in charge of tracking Santa’s flight since 1955, reported spotting him headed for the Pacific shores of Costa Rica. The spotting was confirmed by several airline pilots and sun seekers headed for Central America. Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter were abuzz with Santa spotting.
Google is also getting into the Santa surveillance act with its own tracker of the jolly one this year, using “Google Air View” (similar to Google Street View) capturing a photo of Santa at the controls of a light plane.
An expert hired by the Vatican Enquirer confirmed the plane’s instruments show a heading for a remote airfield near Tamarindo beach.