For some reason hundreds of letters addressed to Santa arrive to a specific apartment in Midtown every year.
The owner doesn't know why, but that didn't stop him from stepping into Kris Kringle's shoes.
Jim Glaub moved into a building on West 22nd Street about 10 years ago and the previous tenant gave him a heads up.
"Oh yeah, don't worry about it, but you're going to get these letters to Santa, they'll only be a couple, it's really nothing to even think about.” That first year, Glaub received a few letters, but by year three, he received hundreds.
One theory is that in 1882, Clement Clarke Moore lived on the street and penned his classic “The Night Before Christmas.”