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Holy hosiery! English woman sees face of Jesus in sock

According to Irish Central, Sarah Crane, a 38-year-old resident of Orpington in Kent, told British newspapers that she was stunned when the image of Jesus stared back at her from her laundry line.

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Sarah Crane was left stunned when she hung out her laundry to dry and discovered the face of Jesus staring back at her from a crumpled sock. She was so impressed by the clarity of the face she even built a shrine to the sock.

“I called my boyfriend over straight away - we could both clearly see the face of Jesus in the sock. We think it’s a bit of a sign - but for what we don’t know.”

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A close-up of the Jesus sock. Do you see Him?

Jesus sightings in everyday objects are nothing new.  Jesus has been spotted on an iron, an ultrasound, in a Cheetos bag (Cheesus), and even on a Walmart receipt.  In 2004, a grilled cheese sandwich with an image of his mom, Mary, sold for $28,000.

This holiday season, Galen Dively, a Vermont entrepreneur, is capitalizing on the hunger for Jesus crust. For $31.95, you don’t have to wait for a miracle to see Jesus on your daily bread. Look no further than the Jesus Toaster. Available through Burnt Impressions, the toaster contains a specially designed metal plate that leaves an image of Jesus -- with halo and rays of light -- on every slice.

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