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'I was blown away': Michigan fire chief believes his home security camera captured an 'angel' hovering over his pickup truck

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  • East Jordan Fire Chief, Glen Thorman, said photo was taken by security cameras
  • One photo taken last week shows a blurry object hovering over his pickup truck
  • Thorman believes it’s an angel and so does his pastor at Jordan Rivers Church
  • Photo has left people skeptical and some claim it’s a moth or bad photoshopping

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A Michigan man’s home security camera captured an image that he believes shows an angel hovering over his pickup truck.

Glen Thorman, who is the fire chief for East Jordan, said two photos were emailed to him on Wednesday by his security system.

‘I said “That’s an angel!” And I was just blown away,’ Thorman told WPBN[2].

The first photo shows a blurry image directly over his truck. A second image shows the blurry object moving away.

Glen Thorman, who is the fire chief for East Jordan, believes a photo that was mailed to him on Wednesday by his security system shows an angel hovering over his truck (pictured)

'I was blown away': Michigan fire chief believes his home security camera captured an 'angel' hovering over his pickup truck

A second image (pictured) shows the blurry object moving away

'I was blown away': Michigan fire chief believes his home security camera captured an 'angel' hovering over his pickup truck

Thorman (pictured) immediately sent the photos to his pastor at Jordan Rivers Church, Deneille Moes, who then posted the images on Facebook

Thorman immediately sent the photos to his pastor at Jordan Rivers Church, Deneille Moes, who then posted the images on Facebook.

‘It’s an angel. I guess there is no question who is watching over their residence while they sleep, and yes, they pray that The Angels of the Lord will surround them and their property,’ Moes wrote.

According to Moes, the photos hadn’t been altered in any way and were taken by a motion-activated camera.

‘The second photo, the security camera also shot because the angel was moving away,’ Moes wrote.

But the photo has left some people skeptical, with a couple of Facebook users saying they believe it’s just a moth.

‘It’s probably a moth close to the camera. out of focus and wings moving to fast to for a camera that does 7.5 frames per second,’ one Facebook user wrote.

'I was blown away': Michigan fire chief believes his home security camera captured an 'angel' hovering over his pickup truck

‘I said “That’s an angel!” And I was just blown away,’ Thorman said. He’s pictured[3] with his wife

'I was blown away': Michigan fire chief believes his home security camera captured an 'angel' hovering over his pickup truck

Moes said she told Thorman that ‘it’s an angel’. She said she was just as surprised to see the ‘angel’ in the photo as Thorman was. Moes is pictured with her husband

'I was blown away': Michigan fire chief believes his home security camera captured an 'angel' hovering over his pickup truck

According to Moes’ Facebook post (pictured), the photos hadn’t been altered in any way and were taken by a motion-activated camera

Another wrote: ‘Not a good job of photoshopping.’

Joe Clark, who owns Glass House Photography, said he believes an insect could have set off the motion sensors.

‘It is definitely moth-shaped in the first photo,’ Clark told WPBN.

‘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.’

Other locals said they believe the object in the image is definitely an angel.

‘Someone wants you to know that they are watching over you!

This is proof,’ one user wrote.

Another user told the family that an ‘angel [is] looking down on you’.

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References

  1. ^ e-mail (www.dailymail.co.uk)
  2. ^ WPBN (upnorthlive.com)
  3. ^ pictured (upnorthlive.com)



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