SciFriday: Walpurgisnacht

As a fundamental misunderstanding of science convinces many that the Bible is a book of myths, the world is not turning to atheism, but returning to the old pagan ways.

We discuss the celebration of Walpurgisnacht in Germany, which, ironically, is named for Saint Walburga, an 8th-century West Saxon missionary to the Franks.

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