Virgin Mary Spotted In Cherry Tree
Leo Korte of Albuquerque, New Mexico, was cutting down his cherry tree with the help of a friend this past Good Friday, when they noticed something peculiar.
Korte and his friend both noticed what they thought look like an image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, also known as the Virgin Mary, in the rings of the tree.
They added some oil to the tree and the image became clearer.
Then, one day after the cherry tree was cut down, it blossomed!
(Note: Isn't this ironic? A virgin is found hiding, in of all places, within the rings of a "cherry" tree.)