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Wood You Believe It?

While cutting down a tree to make furniture, Craig O’Connor of Bensalem, Pennsylvania, found an image inside the log that was formed by the sap. He thinks it looks like Jesus with his arms outstretched, the tree rings forming a halo around his head. Naturally it’s going on eBay, so the question is, WWJC*?

*What Would Jesus Charge

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A Twisted Sighting

A DJ on Eugene, Oregon’s rock radio station KFLY is selling a pretzel on eBay in the shape of the Virgin Mary holding baby Jesus. Tanner Haney says he found the twisted icon in a bag of Rold Gold pretzels a little over two years ago. The pretzel is in mint condition and comes with the original packaging stamped with the “Sell by” date. As of today, there have been 63 bids with the current high offer being $7,600.

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IHOP – International House of Pareidolia

A Houston area family sat down to breakfast when they noticed that one of the pancakes Mom made had the image of the Virgin Mary on it. They say it’s a good omen and plan to hold onto the fantastic flapjack.

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Sweet and Savioury

Pastor Renee Brewster of Orlando, Florida, was looking for an excuse to get out of making potato salad for the church’s weekly rescue mission because “Sister Frankie makes the potato salad at church and I said lord if it’s not for me to make potato salad then send me a sign.” She cut into a potato and put it aside because it looked rotten. Her 10-year-old granddaughter pointed out that there seemed to be an image of a cross with Jesus on the cut potato. Brewster froze the piece, then used the rest to make the potato salad. They say it was the best she ever made.

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Like A Rock

Two years ago, a granite distributor in Pinellas County, Florida bought a slab at a granite mine in Brazil near the town of Espirito Santo, which translates as “holy spirit.” Although it was in two pieces, cut and ready to be sold, he immediately noticed an image of Jesus on the cross. After holding onto it for two years, the anonymous owner is putting the 7-by-7-foot piece of polished granite up for sale on eBay next week. How much it will sell for? A normal piece of granite like this would sell for $4,000. But one with the image of Jesus? Priceless.

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Oh, Shell!

Nancy Kelly McCabe of Wellington, Florida, found a seashell in Palm Beach last August that she thought looked like the mirror image of Our Lady of Guadalupe in prayer. Since finding it she says “every negative aspect of my life has taken a turn for the positive.” That’s more than you can say for the mollusk who once lived in the shell.

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