Twitter helps a stuffed lion named Roar found on English train get home to little girl for Christmas.
Lost stuffed animals do have magical powers, like being able to command Twitter.
Just in time for Christmas, we have a story that involves a stuffed animal that charms everyone he meets, jolly old England, a cute little girl, and some trains (which aren't really Christmas-y, but they're quaint, which is close enough).
Meet Roar, a little stuffed lion who was left on a train in London's King's Cross station and discovered by Lauren Bishop Vranch, a marketing director and "occassional bear," according to her Twitter profile. Recognizing that the well-worn state of the little critter's fur (she thought he was a bear at the time) showed he meant a great deal to someone, she ordered Twitter to help the bear find its way home. As you can see, other social networks joined in. Most importantly, this Spotted: On The Train Facebook page for items spotted...on the train: