Kids Use Santa Snooper Sleigh-cam To Spy On Christmas Eve Flight

Share Article's new Santa Snooper makes Christmas Eve more memorable by letting families spy on all of Santa's sleigh ride antics. Anxious children eagerly counting down Kris Kringle's arrival can also send last-minute emails and Naughty List appeals.

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Santa Claus and reindeer give the new Christmas Eve "Santa Snooper" a thumbs up

"I just hope there won't be too many children asleep in front of computers instead of in bed this Christmas." -'s Alan Kerr.

Santa Claus is letting tech-savvy children in on a secret this Christmas Eve: his new webcam, "the Santa Snooper". Mounted on his sleigh, this "live" webcam is ready to capture his famous flight and the imaginations of children world-wide. The Santa Snooper can be accessed at the website, Santa Snooper’s YouTube channel or by downloading the "Santa Webcam" app from the App Store.

The videos of Kris Kringle and live reindeer delivering presents Christmas Eve are family-friendly and full of Christmas magic. Children can also count down to the gift-giver's arrival at their home, send last-minute emails and Naughty List appeals to him in his sleigh (and have him reply fast as reindeer fly) and read his tweets, courtesy of

"We created the Santa Snooper for parents to help make their children's Christmas more memorable" said's Alan Kerr. "I just hope there won't be too many children asleep in front of computers instead of in bed this Christmas."

Parents with very young children can also use a secret link to create a special letter from St. Nick to be seen Christmas morning along with a photo of the jolly elf in their home.

December 24th is very busy for both Father Christmas and The website has averaged 1.6 million page views past Christmas Eves and this year is expected to be even busier. A Santa Snooper sample is already on-line and fans on the KringleClaus Facebook page have been leaving comments like "that's awesome" and "Si me gustaria".

The website transforms into the mobile-friendly Santa Snooper website on Christmas Eve.

About has been creating Christmas memories since 1997 when Mr. Kerr's niece and nephews couldn’t send their Wish Lists due to a Canada Post strike. now handles 1 million very special missives a year.

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