Do you see what I see?
A viewer of KOAT submitted this image of a sliced potato with what appear to be Lenten crosses.
Do You See What I See?
Julie Cooney and her husband were stocking up on firewood in Danville, Indiana when they saw this image of the virgin Mary and baby Jesus on a log.
Jesus Appears in Bird Dropping?
Jim Lawry, of Brooklyn, Ohio, found bird droppings on a windshield that he believes look similar to Christ's face.
Courtesy Jim Lawry
Virgin Mary in Tree Knot
People crowd around a tree at 60th Street and Bergenline Ave. in West New York, N.J., Thursday, July 12, 2012, which has an opening, that some believe looks like the image of the Our Lady of Guadalupe depiction of the Virgin Mary, shown in the card below.
Daniel Reyes/The Jersey Journal/AP Photo
Is That Jesus in the Shower?
A family in Splendora, Texas says an image of Jesus was created by mold in their bathroom. "People say your house is blessed," Chyanna Richards told <a href="http://abclocal.go.com/ktrk/story?section=news/local&id=8682378" target="external">ABC's Houston station, KTRK</a>. "I see the head, the hair, a cloak."
Is That Jesus In A Bowl?
Ruth Davis, a reader of the Bournemouth Echo sent in this image of what looks to be the face of Jesus on the side of a mixing bowl.
Face of Jesus on a Tortilla?
Jesus on TV? A woman in Port St. Lucie, Florida, says she took a photo of her television and in the image was a reflection of Jesus praying.
Jesus Resurrected on a Tortilla?
David Sandoval of Albuquerque said he found an image of Jesus on the side of a tortilla -- coincidentally on Ash Wednesday. He posted a picture on Facebook. "Everybody has been able to see it. They're calling it a miracle," Sandoval said.
Jesus Appears on Wash Day?
Sarah Crane, 38, was amazed when she went to collect her washing and realized she had the most holy pair of socks in Britain.
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Jesus Resurrected on a Utility Pole?
Don Taylor of Colorado spotted this high-voltage Jesus near Littleton on a phone poll. He told ABC7 in Denver that he's a "a nonreligious individual" but he was stopped in his tracks when he saw the unusual vine growth across from a church, which appears to be the form of a crucified Jesus Christ.
Holy 'Cheesus'? Face of Jesus Appears in Pizza
Easter is still a few weeks away, but a woman in Yucca Valley, Calif. says Jesus has already returned -- in a photograph of a two-toned poppy. Liz Bullock says she was taking pictures in the High Desert of California when she snapped a few shots of the flower and spotted the image of Jesus.
'Glee' Tackles Religion with 'Cheesus'
Do you see the face of Jesus Christ on this slice three-cheese pizza pie? The owners of Posh Pizza in Brisbane, Australia not only spotted the holy image on this pie, they put it up for sale on eBay, according to Australia's Herald Sun. It ultimately sold for about $158. Posh Pizza said the money would be donated to a charity.
Tie-Dying for Jesus
Finn (Cory Monteith) prays to a sandwich, in an episode of "Glee," which aired Oct. 5, 2010 on Fox. While making the sandwich, Finn believes to see what is an image of Jesus Christ, and he suddenly becomes very religious. The episode centered around faith and religion.
The structures making up the face is composed of the heart, blood vessels and bronchi and was seen during an examination of the thoracic spine via an open MRI machine by radiologists Christopher Vittore and Kevin Tribble.
Face of Jesus Appears in Frying Pan
Evan Chase of Cleveland had an Easter surprise. When he opened up a tie-dyed T-shirt, he said he saw the image of Jesus.
"All of the hair on my body stood up when I first looked at it, for sure," he said. "I just didn't know how to react."
Bianca Lopez of Glendale, Ariz., said a pancake with the face of the Virgin Mary brought her peace. While making a batch of pancakes for her family the day before Thanksgiving, she spotted the religious image on her final pancake of the day.
"I think it's God's way of telling us that the holidays aren't just about presents, it's about more spending time with your family and friends and telling us to not forget about him, that he's always there watching over us and taking care of us," Lopez told ABC's Phoenix Arizona affiliate <a href="http://www.abc15.com/content/news/westvalley/glendale/story/Glendale-woman-says-Virgin-Mary-pancake-brought/UbKqByoxAUuGY6_s-7jW2Q.cspx" target="external">KNXV ABC15</a>.
It's hard to believe that sitting on the toilet bowl could inspire visions of the divine, but that's exactly what happened to a Las Vegas woman named -- coincidentally enough -- Magdalena Nelson. According to ABC affiliate KTNV, Nelson was cleaning her toilet last week when she noticed what she described as Jesus' likeness in an "I Love Vegas" bumper sticker plastered on the bowl. And, apparently, Nelson isn't too possessive of her bumper sticker. KTNV reports that those interested in viewing the "sighting" can e-mail Nelson and arrange a visit.
A tree stump that many say looks like a silhouette of the Virgin Mary has brought thousands of worshipers to St. Mary's parish church in Rathkaele, Ireland, where a makeshift shrine has been built. Some jubilant visitors see the tree stump as a divine gesture. "People have been crying out for something good to happen," one visitor, Noel White, told The Associated Press, "and this is all good for the soul."
She got more than the satisfaction of a late night snack, she got a miracle. A North Carolina woman named Linda Lowe discovered what she believes to be an image of Jesus in her grilled cheese sandwich. Lowe's son tried to sell the toast on eBay, but the picture would not download correctly, so Lowe took that as another sign from God -- that the discovery was meant for her to keep. Lowe keeps the toast in a Tupperware container in her room.
This hefty granite slab would have sold for $1,500 if it hadn't been for one observant customer who saw an image of Jesus in the rock -- and now it's worth a lot more. The customer phoned Texas-based Verona Marble Company Inc. after he saw Jesus in a photo of the slab while perusing the company's Web site. The company's owners told CBS News they were "blessed" to have the slab and would donate the proceeds from the rock's sale to an Oklahoma church.