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Julebyen cultural festival lets the good times troll

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Passengers were regaled with facts about trolls, troll history, and so on, before a pair of troll patrol officers boarded to explain recent troll activity in the area. The train promptly reversed course back to the station, and the officers distributed bells, which are a traditional troll repellent, to the dozens of people onboard. The all-volunteer festival, whose name is pronounced somewhat like you'll be in English, is in its ninth year.
Published 2 months ago · Duluth, United States

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Julebyen cultural festival lets the good times troll

KNIFE RIVER After getting a fresh group of passengers aboard, a train sounded its horn on Saturday and began to churn its way along the Lake Superior shore, toward Troll Canyon. Along the way, passengers were regaled with facts about trolls, troll history, and so on, before a pair of “troll patrol” officers from the Knife River division of Minnesota’s Department of Troll Control, which regulates and monitors the mythic creatures, boarded to e…

2 months ago·Cherokee County, United States
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