Video: NORAD Shows Santa Visiting Bermuda

December 24, 2020 | 1 Comment

Santa Claus was seen in the Bermuda area late this evening [Dec 24], with Santa and his sleigh shown via NORAD’s Santa Tracker.

Santa adhered to public health guidelines while performing his all important task of worldwide gift delivery, with a close up of the tracker showing him wearing a mask, as all officials have advised.


The tracker — run by the North American Aerospace Defense Command [NORAD] — follows Santa Claus as he leaves the North Pole and delivers presents to children all around the world, with the live tracker showing Santa visiting numerous nations and territories worldwide, including Bermuda.

Created by a 1958 agreement between Canada and the United States, the North American Aerospace Defense Command [NORAD] is responsible for the aerospace and maritime defense of both countries.

The Santa program began in 1955, when a Sears department store placed an advertisement which told children that they could telephone Santa Claus and included a number for them to call, however the phone number printed was incorrect.

The calls instead went to the CONAD Air Defense Command Center, and Colonel Harry Shoup told his staff to give all children who called in a “current location” for Santa Claus. A tradition began which continued when NORAD replaced CONAD in 1958.

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  1. Pink says:

    Thank you! I could not get these little guys to sleep. When they saw that Santa was actually in Bermuda, they hauled-ass to bed! Merry Christmas all!

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