Fincastali Hearth, an Asatru group from Owensboro, displays a yule altar. Yuletide often begins with Krampuslauf on Dec. 6 and draws to a close with New Year's Day. Krampus is a wild-horned trickster who roams from house to house bringing gifts or punishments based on children's behavior.
Fincastali Hearth, an Asatru group from Owensboro, displays a yule altar. Yuletide often begins with Krampuslauf on Dec. 6 and draws to a close with New Year's Day. Krampus is a wild-horned trickster who roams from house to house bringing gifts or punishments based on children's behavior.
Fincastali Hearth, an Asatru group from Owensboro, displays a yule altar. Yuletide often begins with Krampuslauf on Dec. 6 and draws to a close with New Year's Day. Krampus is a wild-horned trickster who roams from house to house bringing gifts or punishments based on children's behavior.

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