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I was sick and was laying in the bed. One night, the Death came to my bedroom with the scythe, ready to take my life. I grabbed the crucifix to scare the Death, but he saw so many of them, he didn’t care. But my dog, however, seeing the bony legs and thinking that it was her dinner, ran joyfully for them. The Death got scared, ran away and never came back. Next morning I felt better. I thank the Virgin of Zapopan for saving my life.

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I didn’t understand my dream at all but it looked a lot like one of those Mexican retablos with a guy on a hospital bed with a doctor and a nurse by his side and Jesus Christ crucified to the left.

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One night my daughter and I went to visit my friend and bring her some marmalade. Suddenly the ghost of the woman drowned in the lake appeared to us. By the legend, she killed herself because of treason and now tries to grab people and drag them to the bottom of the lake with her. I grabbed my crucifix and prayed the Virgin of the Rosary to exorcise the apparition. The ghost seemed to get scared and disappeared. We thank the Holy Virgin.

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The miracle of the electric utility pole.

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One night my daughter and I went to visit my grandmother to bring her some marmalades. Suddenly the ghost of the drowned woman appeared from the lake. The legend says that she committed suicide for a betrayal of love, and she tries to drag people to the bottom of the lake, for revenge. I grabbed my crucifix and implored the Virgin of the Rosary so that she would cast the ghost out. The ghost got scared and disappeared. We thank to the Virgin.

When I returned home after a trip, I found a vampire sleeping in my bed. This monster even used my pink sheets. I thank the Virgin of Zapopan, because I was so angry that I had no fear at all. I grabbed a crucifix from the wall and came close to the vampire. The monster got scared, he ran away and never came back.

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Saturday night, my friend Luisa and I went to see a horror film. After the movie we went in a dark alley and there we saw with fear the vampiress flying towards us. She was about to attack us, but I grabbed the crucifix that I wore on my neck. The monster got scared and ran away. We ran to my house and locked ourselves inside till the next day. We thank the Virgin of San Juan for the vampiress didn’t suck our blood out.

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When I was sick, some horrible demons appeared in my bedroom. They were burning and smoking. I thank the Virgin for giving me enough strength to grab the crucifix that scared them away. They almost burnt my room <…>

Please, Randall… it is my turn to hold the crucifix.

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Ana Luisa Gutierrez was very ill and saw the death near her bed. She asked the Black Christ for mercy and saw how the crucifix over her started to glow. Suddenly came an angel sent by the Lord to stop the death. Day after she woke up in good health. She thanks for it.

November 29, 1977

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When I was ill, the death appeared. She approached my bed, and I got very upset, because I didn’t want her to take me, since I was still young. I grabbed the crucifix and started praying to the Lord of the Wonders for protection. The death receded before the crucifix. So I was saved. Thanks for that.

Juana Varela

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