Miraculous appearance in Iraq
"Imam Mahdi Unexpected Appearance" proclaims the title of a video
posted on YouTube.
A miraculous figure of glowing, brilliant, white light appeared on a video
filmed in Karbala, Iraq, on the night of Ashura, 6 January 2008.
This Shia Muslim ceremony commemorates the martyrdom of the grandson of
the Prophet, Hussein, whose tomb is in Karbala.
from: Share International April 2009
Angelic figure appears on photograph
While on a visit to Rome, Andy Key, a retired English policeman, took a
photograph of the sunlight streaming through a window at Saint Peter's Basilica.
When he and his wife later downloaded their photographs onto their computer,
they noticed an unusual image on the Vatican photo: an angel hovering above
the heads of other visitors in the church.
"No-one can explain it", Andy Key said. "There's nothing
on their heads for the light to bounce off
It looks almost like a
hologram." Professional photographers have examined Key's photo and
cannot explain what may have caused the angelic image.
(Source: The Daily Mail, UK)
from: Share International June 2007
Americans believe in angels
More than 80 per cent of people in the US believe in the existence of angels,
according to an Ipsos-AOL poll conducted in December 2006. A strong belief
in angels was found among people of different backgrounds and religious
convictions, and even among those with no religious affiliation.
In an Associated Press article reporting on the results of the poll,
people were asked to explain what an angel is: "A presence that you
feel around you," said one person. "I accept them - to come whenever
they want to." Another respondent, Edward Pelz, of Grabill, Indiana,
said he believed
angels were guiding him, but that they don't necessarily have wings and
wear robes. He told the story of a man who showed up to help him change
his flat tyre in Ohio five years ago. He thought at the time: "Maybe
I had an angel with me here today."
(Source: Associated Press)
from: Share International, January/February 2007
gives money away on bus
A woman in Spokane, Washington, USA, handed out envelopes containing $50
to passengers aboard buses during the Christmas holiday season, saying "Merry
Christmas" to each passenger before stepping off the bus. Descriptions
of the woman varied among passengers, as the woman did her work quickly.
"She kind of kept her head down," said bus driver Max Clemons.
"I don't remember ever seeing this lady before." The woman was
accompanied by one or two young boys. Each envelope containing money was
sealed with a sticker that said: "To a friend from a friend."
According to another bus driver, Terry Dobson, who had two visits from the
mystery woman on his bus: "There was a lot of excitement. People were
making calls on their cell phones. The people on those buses really needed
(Source: Yahoo News, The Spokesman-Review,
from: Share International, January/February 2007
On Friday 20 October 2006, local resident Catherine Austin and her sons
visited the South Carolina State Fair in Columbia, USA, and took digital
photographs of the night-time view from the top of the ferris wheel. At
the time they noticed nothing unusual, but once home they found on one of
the photographs a brightwinged figure hovering in the dark night sky.
"It looks just like an angel," Catherine Austin told a local television
news channel. "It even has a ray of light that comes from the bottom
toward the body of the angel and it's centered right in the middle of the
picture - and I believe in angels. It's just an angel." Although some
are sceptical, most who see the image immediately identify it as an angel,
Her son Frederick agrees. "It's got a head, wings, legs, and if that
doesn't look like an angel, I don't know what does," he said.
(Source: www.wltx.com, USA)
from: Share International, December 2006
Terminally ill boy saw angels
Two months before he died of a brain tumour, 10-year-old Ryan Reynolds of
Cincinnati, Ohio, attended a picnic with family and friends, and during
hayride told his mother he could see angels. This was not unusual, because
he often spoke of angels.
But when photos from the picnic were developed, white transparent images
were visible among the people in attendance. "We had first thought
was something to do with the developing," Shirley Reynolds, Ryan's
mother, told WCPO-TV in Cincinnati. But three different cameras, using three
different types of film, developed at three different locations, all had
the same transparent white shapes.
The images appeared as scattered spots, a fish shape, and one large white
globe that Ryan recognized immediately. "When he saw it, he said: 'Mom,
this is why I felt so good to go on the hay ride,'" his mother recalled.
"He said: 'Because right there is my guardian angel.
I knew she'd
be there. That's my angel, Mommy. She talks to me all the time.'"
from: Share International, September 2003
at Sufi saint's shrine
Thousands of pilgrims have visited the shrine of an Islamic mystic saint
in north-western India after reports that an apparition appeared on the
dome of the 800-year-old shrine. Police said more than 50,000 people visited
the shrine of the Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti in the state of Rajasthan
in the days following 27 March 2002, when religious workers first reported
Observers said they first saw the images of two bearded men on the central
dome on the evening of 27 March. Syed Irfan Usmani, a shrine worker, said
one of the bearded men appeared to be Khwaja, "who made his appearance
to spread the message of goodwill and peace after the recent carnage in
Gujarat". Hindu-Muslim riots in neighbouring Gujarat state claimed
the lives of more than 720 people, mostly Muslims, in March 2002.
Khwaja is said to have come from Persia in 1192 to Ajmer, where the shrine
is located. Sarwar Chisty, a member of the committee that manages the shrine,
said he had filmed the apparition with a video camera and that it appeared
clearly on the screen.
(Source: Associated Press)
from: Share International, May 2002
On her return to the USA, an American tourist in Paris, France, has recounted
a strange experience. It was nearly rush hour when she and her husband passed
a man who appeared to be drunk, talking animatedly to an invisible companion.
At a busy intersection he stood with the other pedestrians in a small crowd
waiting to cross the road, still gesturing and
chatting away to himself. The light turned green, and everyone moved off,
but suddenly the man slipped and fell. The crowd kept moving and he was
left lying on the road in front of lanes of impatient Parisian traffic.
He began to repeat: "Je suis tombé" - I've fallen - and
he reached his hand up as if hoping someone would help him, but still apparently
oblivious to the danger from the revving cars.
No-one stopped to help; the writer's husband had gone on ahead, engrossed
in his map, so she bent over the man, muttering inadequate French and trying
to lift him but to no effect - he went on bleating that he'd fallen. The
lights were about to change, but signalling to the drivers didn't seem to
deter them. She decided on drastic action and stepped into the road, putting
herself between the drunk and the oncoming cars. The traffic-lights turned
green. A small group of mostly elderly men had gathered to watch, but no-one
offered to help.
Suddenly a beautiful, chic French woman appeared - she wore a brown cape,
had auburn hair and was aged about 40. She looked at the prostrate man and
the desperate American tourist, who recounts: "I expected a signal,
something to indicate she would help me. Instead, her expression was thoughtful,
internal, as if she were weighing her words and actions carefully."
Finally, the woman bent down and spoke to the man; he immediately stopped
babbling and listened to her.
She extended a hand to him: "He reached for it like a babe in a pool,
and then scooted up onto the sidewalk. Then the woman straightened up and
turned her eyes on me. 'It's OK now,' she said." The American tourist
gathered her wits and looked around: "I searched among the small band
of watchers for the woman, but
she had disappeared."
(Source: San Francisco Chronicle, USA)
from: Share International, November 2001
On 24 December 1998, a Swedish newspaper published an article by well-known
Swedish singer and poet Staffan Percy, relating an experience involving
his friend, a priest.
A priest was on his way through the snow to church in the Gothenburg area
of Sweden. Despite the fact that it was Christmas he walked with a heavy
heart, conscious of how time-consuming paperwork and mediating church conflicts
prevented him from preaching the happy Christmas message which meant so
much to him. Overwhelmed by the difficulty of carrying out his mission in
an atheistic society, he felt empty-hearted and alone.
A noise behind him made him turn and he saw an old moped passing him, as
if in slow motion, in a cloud of exhaust fumes. There was a strong smell
of oil. The rider, neither young nor old, wore a beige trenchcoat, a long
scarf and a cap. He leaned the moped against the wall and entered the church,
much to the priest's surprise as he had the key to the church in his pocket.
He was even more surprised when he arrived at the great heavy door to find
it still locked. He unlocked it and entered. Inside was darkness and quiet.
He shouted a tentative "Hello!" but heard no reply except his
own echo. Seeing something lying near the altar, he came closer and found
a trenchcoat, an elegantly folded-up scarf and a cap. He felt a presence,
as though somebody was trying to tell him something. Suddenly enlivened,
he raced child-like around the aisles and benches, searching. But there
one there, only the same emptiness and stillness. Running outside, he found
the moped gone. By now trembling with happiness, he ran back into the church
and stopped transfixed before the altar. The trenchcoat, scarf and cap were
He left the church once more, searching for the tracks of feet or tyres
in the snow. Finding only his own footprints, he felt all his earlier cares
fade into insignificance.
The article closes with the questions: "Was it an angel on a moped?
Or was it the Lord himself appearing?"
(Source: Eskilstuna-Kuriren, Sweden)
from: Share International, October 1999
appears to young woman in Cameroon
Edwige Mbalikoung, 24 years old, is the oldest of eight children in a Presbyterian
family living in Abong Mbang in the eastern part of Cameroon. She was suffering
from a severe disease and almost lapsed into a coma in hospital. She claims
to have received visits in her dreams from Jesus Christ Who asked her to
go back home and pray and read Psalms. When she finally obeyed, an insect
came out of her head. Her father burnt the insect and she was suddenly healed.
As she was facing criticism and suspicion while telling her story, Jesus
appeared again and 'gave' her stigmata in her hands - a proof to the sceptics.
Edwige Mbalikoung says the stigmata have the power to heal.
(Source: Vent d'est, Cameroon)
from: Share International, January/February 1999
wife visited by 'angel'
The front-page article in the Dallas Morning News began this way: "Rosie
Cohen's journey from Orthodox rabbi's wife to spiritual healer started two
years ago, she said, with a visit from an angel. "Her husband, Rabbi
Yitzchak Cohen of Tiferet Israel Congregation in North Dallas, lay near
death from a ruptured colon. As Mrs Cohen sat in the hospital waiting room,
a tall woman wearing a white turban approached, hugged her and told her
she could help. The woman led Mrs Cohen to the intensive care unit and directed
Mrs Cohen's hands in the air above her husband's still body.
Then she told her to visualize life energy weaving a web over the rabbi.
When Mrs Cohen finished, the woman swiftly left, turned a corner and disappeared.
Soon after, Rabbi Cohen began to recover. And Rosie Cohen knew she must
share her experience with other Jews." Mrs Cohen has since started
a spiritual centre in her home, and holds classes on practices such as meditation
and yoga within the context of the Jewish tradition. She also plans to train
volunteers to visit the sick and provide them with basic services.
(Source: Dallas Morning News, USA)
aus: Share International, January/February 1999
boy "touched by angel"
"Touched by an angel?", an article in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution,
tells the story of Ryan Wesley, an 11-year old boy who had complications
from open heart surgery and was close to death. His grandparents, Lisa and
Wayne Harrison, rushed to the hospital at 5.30am, having awakened with a
sense of fear and dread that something had happened to their grandson Ryan.
As they sat in the waiting room, a woman named Angelique, wearing a purple
chiffon dress and orange patent-leather pumps, came in.
According to the article: "The woman said she, too, had been awakened
by a sense of urgency. She said, something - and she thought it was God
- told her to go to Egleston Children's Hospital and look for a couple whose
grandson's heart was hurting. God told her, she said, to tell them not to
worry, that their grandson's heart was going to be OK."
"'I remember thinking she must have a lot of money because she was
flawless, her makeup, her hair, everything,' Lisa Harrison said. 'But then
there was this warmth, her face was warmth ... When she looked at me, everything
that was ugly and mean went out of me. All I felt was love.'"
Then Harrison looked down and noticed the woman's feet. She was wearing
orange patent-leather pumps, very similar to the shoes Harrison had worn
on her wedding day "because they were my lucky high heels." Harrison
said the woman told them that things like Ryan's illness happen in order
to pull a family together, that they were special gifts from God, and to
"untie the ribbons" and share their gifts with the world.
While she said Ryan would live, she told Lisa's husband, Wayne, that she
would see him later. The woman then left the waiting room, and they never
saw her again. Ryan recovered, but Wayne died four months later. Doctors
call Ryan their "miracle child."
(Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution, USA)
from: Share International, January/February 1999
angels give out money
At least three times in recent months, an unusually dressed man and woman
have shown up at the door of churches and soup kitchens in West Virginia
and left money. "They were standing there holding a bag of coins,"
said Althea Burns at the Soup Kitchen of Greater Wheeling Inc.
"They said: 'No, we're not the Blues Brothers*. We're angels from heaven.'
They dropped a card in the container that said: 'Smile, Jesus loves you.'"
Then, they vanished, leaving a bag with 240 dollar coins behind, and a business
card with the initials SMAB. "I didn't even have time to get up off
my chair to thank them," she said. "I really do believe they're
In another incident, two clowns opened the door of the Warwood Lutheran
Church during a Sunday School lesson, rushed down the aisle and emptied
120 silver dollars into the collection bag. A similar visit occurred at
Ye Old Country interdenominational church, when a man and woman wearing
street clothes left 100 silver dollars at the altar. Business cards were
left at both visits.
(Source: Associated Press)
(*The Blues Brothers are two popular US entertainers who dress in dark suits
and hats and sunglasses.)
from: Share International, April 1998
leader's life saved by Christ?
In a front-page interview in the Japanese edition of Newsweek, the newly
elected South Korean President Kim Dae Jung discusses his extraordinary
life as an indefatigable crusader for democracy. Since the 1940s, Kim has
been persecuted, jailed, exiled, hounded, and nearly killed a number of
times because of his political activities.
One particularly notable incident took place in 1973. Kim was kidnapped
from a hotel room in Tokyo in the middle of the day by six men (who were
later found to have ties to South Korea's security agency). He was taken
to a ship, which set out to the open sea. Kim was tied to a board, and a
concrete weight placed on the board. "In several minutes, I will die.
My hard life will be over," Kim thought. "At that moment I noticed
Christ standing near me. I grabbed his sleeve and prayed: 'Please save my
life. I have so much work to do for the people of Korea.'"
Kim was not thrown overboard. Five days later he was released near his home
in Seoul. He credits God, and the American Government who pressured the
Korean Government to release him, for saving his life.
from: Share International, April 1998
picture' causes a stir
A reader of the Standard-Times newspaper in New Bedford, Massachusetts,
noticed the image of a winged, curly-haired cherub in a photo layout of
a sunset taken by staff photographer Mike Valeri. When the story of Valeri's
photograph hit the national news wire services, the newspaper was deluged
with calls and letters from around the country and beyond. Newspaper staff
have received hundreds of written requests for reprints of what everyone
simply calls "the angel picture." Proceeds from the $25 reprints
are donated to the newspaper's charity, the Neediest Families Fund.
Valeri has been interviewed by local and national television, newspapers,
and radio regarding the picture. He believes the photo "stands for
something good". The newspaper's computer systems administrator Vance
Gorke has received many e-mail messages from people who have seen the photo
on the newspaper's World Wide Web site: "One man from Rhode Island
said his father had died, and he saw the angel as a sign that reaffirmed
his faith," Gorke said. "People have said: 'You know, this was
just what I needed right
(Source: Standard Times, New Bedford, Massachusetts,
from: Share International, March 1998
mysterious good Samaritan
Shortly after Princess Diana's death, a tragic accident occurred on the
M6 motorway, near Cannock, in the UK, involving a coach carrying a group
paying a commemorative visit to Buckingham Palace. Sadly two women died
and many were injured. The group are now trying to trace a man in a red
car who stopped to help. People described him as a ministering angel at
the roadside, as the full horror of the crash became apparent.
Club organizer Barbara Jones said: "We have no idea who he was or where
he came from, but he was such a wonderful man. He got us all to get off
the bus quickly in case it exploded, then started wrapping us up in blankets.
He even put people suffering from shock in his own car to keep them warm.
We just want to thank him personally."
(Source: Crewe Guardian, UK)
from: Share International, November 1997
appears in New Mexico, USA
The following report was found on the World Wide Web site of a group called
A world renowned spiritual personality, Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi of Sindh,
Pakistan, recently returned to England from a tour of the United States
of America. In an interview in London on 28 July 1997 Gohar Shahi made the
"On 29 May 1997 I was at the El Monte Lodge in Taos, New Mexico. During
the second half of the night, I felt the presence of a man in my room. There
was little light. At first I thought that it was Zafar (my personal assistant)
as he would often come into my room without my permission. I asked why have
you come? The man said: 'I have come to meet with you.'
"I switched the light on and saw a handsome young man standing, whom
I did not know. At that moment I felt intense energy and pleasure in my
soul and the spiritual bodies inside me. A pleasure similar to that which
I experienced in spiritual gatherings in 'Higher realms'.
It appeared to me that he was able to speak many languages. The young man
said: 'I am Jesus, Son of Mary, and I am in America for the time being.'
I asked him where he lived. He replied: 'I had no home in the past and I
have no home now.'"
Gohar Shahi was asked about the details of this meeting. He said: "What
Jesus and I discussed will remain a secret for the present. I will reveal
the details to the world at the appropriate time."
According to the Web site, Gohar Shahi will deliver an unprecedented address
to the world later this year, which will follow the global radio broadcast
by Pope John Paul II in October or early November this year.
aus: Share International, October 1997
appear to Native Americans
"A spiritual renewal swept through Navajo country after deities reportedly
appeared in May to two respected tribal women," according to a Dallas
Morning News article. Thousands of Navajos have visited Rocky Ridge, Arizona,
in recent months to pray and leave offerings at the site where Sarah Begay
and her 96-year-old mother, Irene Yazzie, had the experience.
The article continues: "According to tribal members who visited the
site, the Navajo women were inside their home when a thunderous noise came
from nowhere and drew them to the door to investigate. What they saw standing
before them, they said, were two ancient male Navajo spirits.
"'The daughter [Ms Begay] was kind of in shock, and she couldn't move,'
said Karen Abe, a Navajo woman who visited the site and spoke with Ms Begay's
family. 'The deities said the Navajos haven't been saying their prayers.'
"She said the spirits warned that the Navajo people are headed for
perilous times if they lose their traditional ways. Just as quickly as they
appeared, the deities were said to have vanished. Ms Begay said they left
behind footprints and sprinklings of corn pollen, which Navajos traditionally
place on the ground during special prayers. A shrine has been placed there,
but no traces of the footprints or powder remain, said Mrs Abe."
The article also quotes a Native American pastor, the Reverend Abe Jackson,
as saying: "I believe that there are things that happen that not only
encourage us as native people, but continue the hope for us that your heritage
and culture are not being lost."
(Source: Dallas Morning News, USA)
from: Share International September 1996
His own trumpet
According to an article in the US tabloid The Sun: "At least eight
Californians had encounters of the angelic kind recently." The article
quotes a woman who was stopped by a Los Angeles police officer for reckless
driving. "Officer," she told the policeman, "I know you won't
believe me, but an angel appeared and sat in the seat next to me."
The police officer asked if the angel had said anything to the woman. "Funny
you should ask," she replied. "He said Gabriel will blow his horn
on June 16th." The police officer said: "I asked because you're
the eighth person today I've pulled over for reckless driving who told me
the same story." The article concluded: "The day the angel delivered
its message to the drivers was 16 June 1995, according to the story, which
appeared on the Internet."
(Source: The Sun, USA)
aus: Share International, April 1996
pray for angel's vision of peace
Hundreds of South Africans prayed for peace this week at the bidding of
an angel who spoke from a pillar of light, according to a senior policeman
who says he saw the vision. Lieutenant-Colonel Johan Botha says he organized
Wednesday's prayer day after the heavenly messenger appeared to him in March
and asked that South Africa pray for peace. "A silhouette of a man
against a tremendous light from the back ... A person in a white robe of
about 40 years old, with a very deep, very gentle voice appeared before
me," Botha, an elder of the Dutch Reformed Church, said.
from: Share International, June 1994
meetings with the Christ
On 15 February Kenyan nun, Sister Anna Hadija Ali, sponsored and supported
by Monseignor Emmanuel Milingo, an African Bishop, held a press conference
in Rome and spoke about her experience of meetings every Thursday since
1987 with Jesus Christ. European media have reported on this event, including
Italian and French television, News of the World (UK) and Hello magazine
Two photographs she had taken of Jesus in 1987 and 1988 were displayed at
the 'conference' and have been included in a book entitled Divine Call recording
her experiences. In the photograph taken in 1988, Jesus weeps blood. Since
then, every Wednesday prior to her meeting, Sister Anna's face becomes swollen
and painful and the following day she, too, weeps blood. Her doctor remarked
that this is an "absolutely inexplicable phenomenon from the scientific
and human point of view".
He also commented on an "extraordinary aroma of freshness" she
exudes during this process, which he concluded is the "perfume of the
from: Share International April 1994
Jesus appear in New Haven, Connecticut?
Hundreds gathered around a sycamore tree in Wooster Square Park in New Haven,
Connecticut (USA), where many saw the figure of Jesus crucified on the cross.
Although many of the people who came were clearly convinced that they saw
Jesus' form, the priests have declared it an optical illusion. Unless miracles
of healing take place at the site, the church will not sanction the tree
as an authentic manifestation of Jesus.
People's opinions varied on why Jesus would appear. "Because the world
is in such terrible shape," "I think we've gone too far,"
"I think God's fed up." "The world is coming to an end."
and "The world is entering a better time."
The image was discovered by a young mother who is simultaneously losing
her sight and hearing. She was visiting her lawyer, who was helping her
with some legal business. The lawyer suggested that he could complete the
tedious work while the woman and her father took a stroll through the park.
On their stroll the woman saw the unmistakable image of Jesus and asked
her father to confirm it. They told the lawyer, but he didn't think anything
A couple of days later, they dropped by the lawyer's office and left him
a home video of the tree. "I tell you I literally leaped out of my
chair!" the lawyer said.
"There it was as plain as day ... I was completely flabbergasted."
After he spread the word to people in the community, people flocked to the
tree. While no healings appear to have taken place, many people say they
feel great peace when they are there.
(Source: Village Voice, USA)
from: Share International, March 1993
hitchhiker in Holland
Maitreya has also become active in The Netherlands informing motorists of
the imminent appearance of the Christ, by hitching lifts.
In Christian circles, similar stories to those in New Zealand are doing
the rounds (see the January/February issue of
Share International). The reports have attracted the attention of radio
and television media and police stated that they would be interested in
any more information from the public.
The Dutch Christian daily newspaper Trouw also ran an article about the
phenomenon from which we quote the following: "A member of the Dutch
Reformed Church heard the story at his bible class: a motorist picks up
a hitchhiker along the motorway.
A conversation develops on spiritual matters and the subject of the future
Kingdom of God crops up. The hitchhiker then announces that Jesus will appear
again soon and disappears in the same way as at the supper at Emmaus.
The motorist is so shaken by the experience that he parks his car on the
hard shoulder to recover from the shock. Here he is approached by some traffic
policemen to whom he tells the story. They reply, 'You are the eighth motorist
who has told us this'."
(Source: Trouw, The Netherlands)
from: Share International, April 1991
mysterious hitchhiker in New Zealand
New Zealand's Christian community is abuzz with reports of a mysterious
hitchhiker who has been thumbing rides on the North Island. "The bloke
they've picked up will say something like, 'did you know the Lord is coming
back?' and that's the only thing the fellow says," reports journalist
Brian Finn who's been investigating the incidents.
"Then he vanishes from the speeding car." He's appeared on several
main roads, always to young Christian
couples. Some have said the stranger was wearing "shining white clothes",
although no one has been able to describe his exact appearance. Two articles
in New Truth, a New Zealand newspaper, discussed the hitchhiker among a
number of other possible 'miracles' signifying the presence of Christ in
In the second article, subtitled "Vanishing hitchhiker who talks of
Jesus is London 'prophet' Maitreya", this 'prophet' is linked to the
appearances of crosses of light throughout the world* and Saddam Hussein's
recent dream of Mohammed**.
(Source: New Truth, New Zealand)
* See Share International October 1990, July/August 1988 and September1988
** See Share International, December 1990
from: Share International, January/February 1991
of the Christ - Hitchhiker as Prophet
In Schweden treibt eine seltsame Erscheinung als nächtlicher Tramper
ihr Unwesen. Für gewöhnlich hält dieses Phantom in Gestalt
eines jungen Mannes die Autofahrer an, steigt ein, erzählt über
die Wiederkehr Christi und - verschwindet. So berichtet der 42-jährige
Fernfahrer Bertil Akermann, dass er auf einem einsamen Stück Autobahn
des Nachts einen jugendlichen Anhalter bemerkt habe, der ein grünes
Jackett und einen pelzbesetzten Hut trug.
Er hielt an, nahm ihn mit, und sofort begann der seltsame Gast von Jesus
Christus und dessen Wiederkunft zu sprechen. "Ich hörte, wie er
im Ton, als ob er von einer feststehenden Tatsache spräche, sagte:
'Jesus Christus kommt wieder...bald. Sehr bald.'" Und als sich Akermann
zu ihm umdrehte, löste sich der Anhalter mitsamt Kleidern, die ganze
Erscheinung - in Nichts auf.
Auch zwei junge Frauen nahmen den Anhalter, dessen Kleidung sie genau wie
Akermann beschrieben, mit. Nachdem er auch diesen von Christus erzählt
hatte, war die Erscheinung ebenfalls verschwunden. Der Polizeioffizier des
örtlichen Distrikts, Goesta Edeborg, erklärte gegenüber der
Presse, dass ihm in 30 Jahren Dienstzeit nichts Ähnliches passiert
sei, dass er jedoch gleichlautende Berichte bereits öfter erhalten
(Quelle: Esotera, Juni 1981)