Although I still haven’t seen it for myself, Sweetums finally went and got photos of the visage of Jesus on the hospital door in Jasper. I heard about it years ago and keep meaning to visit. It was first seen in 1983 on a door at Walker Baptist Medical Center at 3400 U.S. Highway 78 East.
After numerous people came to see the image, hospital administrators moved the door to a prayer room and covered it to protect it.
The eyes were easy to see, but I had to look online for a photo in black-and-white before I could make out a face. What do you think?
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My parents had stained wooden doors in their house, and when I was a kid, I saw all sorts of (scary) faces in them. I thought they looked like monsters and I tried not to look at them!
That’s pretty funny!
It was my great uncle, Joel Naramore who first saw this when his son Ray almost died after a motorcycle wreck.
Really? When was that?
1983 I believe. I had heard about the face on the door as a kid, but was a teenager before anyone in my family mentioned it was my great uncle who first saw it. I just recently found an article from The National Enquirer where they did a full story on it. Here is the URL: