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This Creepy Viral Video Shows Jesus Christ Statue Opening Its Eyes During A Mass

Meanwhile, in Mexico…

Mark Andrew





This freaky video has recently been making rounds on the internet.

As you will see below, the short footage shows a statue of Jesus Christ opening – and then closing – its eyes during a mass at the Chapel of Saltillo in Coahuila de Zaragoza, a state in Mexico.

Taken at the Chapel of Saltillo in Mexico, this video shows a statue of Jesus Christ opening its eyes during a mass.

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According to reports, the clip was first taken back in June but only went viral lately after it was shared by Adimensional Paranormal, a website dedicated to researching all things paranormal. Ivan Escamilla, site owner and paranormal expert, says that the video is authentic and has not been “doctored” in any way. He even claims that over 20 paranormal specialists, along with priests, sculptors, and special effects designers have already studied it and couldn’t find proof that it’s a fake.

Paranormal experts are baffled about the footage and claim it is not “doctored.”

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As with all viral videos though, it has earned quite a mix of reactions. Some believers take it as a modern miracle while others are saying that special effects software may have been used to create the illusion. Others have even come up with the theory that it was merely an actor not an actual statue of the crucified Christ.

Believers are saying it is obviously a “modern miracle.”

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That being said, officials from the Diocese of Saltillo have declined to comment on – or at least watch – the said footage.

Watch the video here and see for yourself:

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Well, what do you guys think about this? Could this be legit or totally staged? Leave a comment below and share your thoughts about this.

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New Funeral Service Liquefies The Dead and Dumps Them Into Sewers

From water you gush forth, to water you shall return.

Dondi Tiples



There are two types of funerals: one involves the departed placed in a coffin and buried beneath the ground, and the other uses cremation and stores the resulting ashes in an urn.

However, burial real estate continues to diminish with people passing away each day. So one funeral service created a more efficient and environmental-friendly way to inter bodies.

It liquefies the deceased's remains.

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Haunting Photos of Abandoned Stadiums Used in Previous Olympic Games

Stunning as they were in their glory days, these Olympic stadiums now stand neglected and weathered by time.

Mich Escultura



The Olympics, grand, exciting, and adrenaline-filled as they may be, isn't cheap to host. While there are a lot of countries out there that can host the Olympics without putting a dent in the national budget, there are also less financially capable countries who give hosting the Olympics a shot... only for them to suffer the consequences later on.

Just think about it: a country has to build a large enough stadium to accommodate the athletes, their entourage, and of course, the audience. The host country also needs to invest in security, as well as pay for the labor of every single person involved in the event. That's no easy feat!

That's why we can look back at Olympic hosts from decades past that were benevolent enough to host the event, only for their investment to lie in dire decay.

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Caught On Video: Incredible Rescue Of Woman Trapped In Car During Flash Flood

A woman who got trapped in her car during the flash flood in Ellicott City, Maryland last month was lucky enough to get rescued by courageous passers-by.

Faye Williams



On July 30, Ellicott City in Maryland experienced a flash flood of epic proportions. "Witnesses described waters rising several feet in a matter of minutes," reports Scott Dance in The Baltimore Sun.

Ellicott City's location makes it vulnerable to a flash flood.

Ellicott City's location makes it vulnerable to a flash flood.

Jeff Halverson in The Washington Post pointed out that Ellicott City is highly vulnerable to a flash flood, as it is "an urbanized strip along the bottom of a deep valley through which the Patapsco River flows."

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