People from around the globe have traveled to Vermilion, Ohio, over the past year to see mold stains on the back of a Nativity scene that look like Jesus Christ. I mean, the Virgin Mary. Okay, the pope. “It started with about five images that we could recognize,” said Roger Hanson, whose wife, Elizabeth, owns Abigail’s Antiques & Emporium. “Now it’s up to about 12.” When they got the wooden Nativity scene it was completely covered with mold. They tried to scrub it off with a toothbrush, blast it with an air compressor and use a heavy brush. Finally they washed it with dish soap. The mold grew back. Hanson looked at it and saw a profile of the Virgin Mary. His wife saw Jesus Christ. Others have seen the pope, a burro’s head, a hand holding a chalice, a Catholic cardinal, a halo over Christ’s head, an upside-down crown, three palm branches on Christ’s head, a celestial hand and Jesus’ hand extended outward. They’ve been offered $10,000 for it but won’t sell.