December 26, 2015 Krampus Night Coq Au Vin (Chicken in Wine) by Suzanne $13 members / $16 non-members
"Krampus was created as a counterpart to kindly St. Nicholas, who rewarded children with sweets. Krampus, in contrast, would swat "wicked" children and take them away to his lair."
"Krampus, whose name is derived from the German word krampen, meaning claw, is said to be the son of Hel in Norse mythology. "
"A more modern take on the tradition in Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovenia, and the Czech Republic involves drunken men dressed as devils, who take over the streets for a Krampuslauf—a Krampus Run of sorts, when people are chased through the streets by the "devils.""