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Gavlebocken: a dangerous night for xmas goat

Gavlebocken, a dangerous night


Gavlebocken, the
Christmasgoat. Photo Rose-Marie Forsberg.
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Photo Rose-Marie Forsberg.

The 13 December is Lucia day in Sweden (http://www.serve.com/shea/germusa/lucia.htm), of tradition a very dangerous night for Gavlebocken, the Christmasgoat. The students celebrates and sits up all night. And somebody might have a bad idea about burning the goat. May it survive Lucia day!

www.christmasgoat.se is a complete site about Gavlebocken for all of his fans over the world. The site contains History, Gallery, Fanclub, Webcam, Music, a game and much more.

www.christmasgoat.se has requested permission to became the official fanclub of Gavlebocken.

In Fans you can find famous persons from Sweden who love their Christmasgoat. For example: Refreshments, Mr M & Radomir, Gert Fylking and a man who builds his own Christmasgoat every year.

A contest about the Christmasgoat and a game where you will be the hero and rescue the Christmasgoat from the bad guys complete the new website.

Link to photos: www.christmasgoat.se/press/christmasgoat.jpg, www.christmasgoat.se/press/julbock.jpg

Text and photos are free for use. If possible please designate: Photo Rose-Marie Forsberg.


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