In this episode of the Christmas Quiz Show, the Jeff divides the staff into two teams and ask Christmas-related questions. The questions cover topics like Christmas songs, dinner traditions, and the origins of Christmas trees. The teams compete for points, with some banter and digressions along the way. The staff also share their own Christmas dinner traditions and end the episode by encouraging listeners to enjoy the holiday season with family and friends.
In this episode, we explore Southern Christmas superstitions, including beliefs about roof repairs, washing and ironing clothes as gifts, eating an apple at midnight for good health, and many others. Jeff concludes with a humorous note about not listening to animals to avoid the supposed consequence of death. Overall, it adds a lighthearted touch to Southern Christmas traditions and superstitions.
In this episode, we look at an unlikely Santa story that took place in 1862 during the Civil War in Winchester, Virginia. Five young Confederate girls that approached a Union officer for help in buying Christmas gifts for their teacher. You are encouraged to be generous and celebrate surprises during Christmas, emphasizing the joy that comes from giving and sharing with others.
In this episode of “Gee Creek Christmas,” we discuss favorite Christmas movies and suggest some overlooked holiday gems. A couple mentioned include: the 1934 film “Babes in Toyland” starring Laurel and Hardy and the 1940 movie “Remember the Night” with Barbara Stanwyck and Fred McMurray. We conclude by encouraging you to explore new Christmas movies for a fresh and enjoyable holiday experience.
In this episode, we revisit a Christmas celebration in the White House in 1902 when President Theodore Roosevelt banned Christmas trees due to conservation concerns. However, his sons, Archie and Quentin, secretly brought a tree into the White House, prompting a surprising turn of events. Jeff encourages viewers to stay open-minded and discover new aspects of Christmas, emphasizing the element of surprise during the holiday season.