It should be relocated at Santa Claus because in Saint Nicholas's Bones we have the in-narrative assertion that he is the same character as Santa Claus and Father Christmas.
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Saint Nicholas was the bishop of Myra seven hundred years before the 1078. He was considered a miracle-maker. Legends about him included: he would have brought back to life some boys who had drowned in pickle barrels; he would have thrown bags of gold through an open window to save three sisters from poverty and prostitution; at a mother's request, he would have prayed so hard that he saved her son and his two friends from drowning in a storm. The Doctor was in Myra after the last of those deeds. He befriended Nicholas and preconned to him he would have been a saint loved by the children. The Doctor was present at his funeral indeed.(PROSE: Saint Nicholas's Bones)
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He would have been worshipped as a saint and he would have been remembered as Father Christmas and Santa Claus, a title derived from his name. The bones of Saint Nicholas were kept in a church in Myra. In 1078, when they were stolen by Italian sailors, the Second Doctor snuck on board their ship and replaced them with plastic ones. He then suggested to Victoria that they take the bones to the North Pole to bury them. (PROSE: Saint Nicholas's Bones)