by Kylie Handler, editor
A Michigan man was blown away when he saw an image float up and out of the frame of his motion sensor security camera at his home.
Glen Thorman, a fire chief in East Jordan, described the image as an angel floating above his truck last week.
“I said, ‘That’s an angel!’ and I was just blown away,” he told WPBN-TV. “I couldn’t wait to send it to my wife and send it to [Pastor] Deneille [Moes]. I said ‘I got an angel, and my camera took a picture of an angel.’”
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The camera at Thorman’s home can only be activated by motion outside.
Last Wednesday, the Thorman family was emailed a snapshot from their camera of an angel hovering over their truck and then flying away out the camera frame.
Last night at the Thorman's house, the security camera recorded this snapshot. Glen Thorman is the fire chief for East…
When Thorman first came across the photos, he knew automatically that he had to share them with his pastor, Deneille Moes.
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“It was really clear to me the minute I looked at the photo, I just kind of freaked out a bit,” Moes said. “I went like ‘Whoa! That’s an angel!’ And I texted him back, ‘That’s an angel.’ There wasn’t any doubt in my mind that we were looking at something supernatural.”
After Moes shared the stunning images to Facebook, the post has gotten over 1,000 shares.
“There’s no altering, no editing on the photo,” Moes wrote. “It’s the real thing.”
Not everyone is convinced, however. According to Joe Clark of Glass Lakes Photography, a moth — not a heavenly being — may have set off the motion sensor.
“It is definitely moth-shaped in the first photo,” he said. “You can kind of clearly see what looks, or could be interpreted as, wings and a head, but at the same time since it’s not clearly in focus and since it is what it is, there may be room for interpretation.”
Believers, though, remain convinced that a beautiful miracle was captured on camera — Angels of the Lord surrounding a family as an answer to their prayers.
–Kylie Handler is news editor for The Horn News