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Images found in food are more common than you think
9:36am Wednesday 11th November 2009 in News
SIGHTINGS of the image of Jesus have been reported all over the globe and in all shapes and forms.
Frances Pennline claimed to have seen the face of Jesus in a cloud in Florida in 1973, while residents of Port Germein in South Australia claimed in 2000 that a shadow cast on a caravan park fence resembled the messiah. Bangalore baker Shella Anthony spotted Jesus burnt into a chapati in 2002.
Most recently the son of God appeared in the lid of a jar of Marmite in Rhondda, Wales, in May.
And it’s not just Jesus - in 1996 in Clearwater, Florida, an image of the Virgin Mary was said to have appeared in the glass façade of a finance building. In Florida in 2004, a toasted cheese sandwich said to bear an image of the Virgin Mary sold at auction for around £15,000. The Virgin Mary has also been spotted in a fence panel in Coogee, Australia in 2003, a hospital in Milton, Massachusetts, in June 2003 and a felled tree in Passaic, New Jersey, in 2003, on a rock in Ghana, an underpass in Chicago, a lump of firewood in Janesville, Wisconsin, a chocolate factory in Fountain Valley, California and a pizza pan in Houston, Texas.
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