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Angel Picture of the Month for June 2007
James Patryck Jordan sent us this angel picture which he developed years ago while working in a photo
lab at Walmart.  The picture is of two people praying with an angel manifesting above their heads:

"The story and picture I have for you are actually several years old, but I only just now discovered your
page. In the past several years I've sent this photo to several places on the net with little or no interest,
which truly boggles my mind. This is a first hand account dealing with a photograph that I myself
developed from a Fujifilm Quicksnap Flash 400 35mm Disposable Camera while working in a Wal-Mart
Fuji photo lab."
photo lab angel picture
Top: Original angel picture.
Above: Same photo, but darkened.
"While working as a certified photo
technician in a Fuji developing lab, I one
evening encountered a very unique roll
of film. It had been dropped off for one-
hour developing, in the form of a
disposable camera. I was alone in the
lab that evening as I often was.
I opened up the sealed housing of the
camera, first removing the cardboard
cover, then prying open the plastic
case. I pulled the very tip of the 35mm
film from it’s protective canister and
taped it to a card which I then sent into our developer machine to prepares
the film for exposure to light. Fifteen minutes later the twenty or so
exposures fed from the machine in a long strip of brown celluloid.
I took the negative strip and fed one end into our printer computer which
illuminates the images and enlarges them onto a computer screen for our
perusal. This is a safety measure of sorts that allows the technician to
choose which frames will be printed (or deleted according to lab policy), and
how many. It was the last frame which immediately caught my attention.
There was an anomaly. An image, an unexplainable image existed on the
negative. With gloved hands I pulled the negative strip from the machine and
held it up. The last frame clearly depicted some thing, some image which
had been sealed into the actual silver halide of the film, as with any other
photo. There were no particles or scratches on the negative. This was not
dust. The film was untouched except by my hands alone. I saw it, I held it, I
developed it. This was a genuine, no shit, real-deal anomaly.

I slid the negatives back into the computer. The frame should have been
deleted, but it wasn't.  I allowed it to be printed, and in direct opposition to
lab policy, I printed a copy for myself.
When the film’s owner returned an hour later I showed her the photograph in
question. She began to cry. I asked if she knew who had taken the photo
and under what conditions.
She told me that she had taken the picture of her daughters as they knelt in
prayer by a campfire during a recent camping trip. The family had learned
from the radio that an escaped convict was loose in the area and the girls
had decided to pray for protection.
The anomaly, it would seem, was the answer to that prayer.  I asked the
woman if I could have a copy of the photo and she agreed, though in truth, I
would surely have kept the copy regardless. For two years I saw over five
thousand frames per day, five days a week and never did anything like this
ever show up, before or after.

Of the two attachments I'm sending, the first is the untouched image which I
burned straight to CD from the negatives so as to be completely unaltered in
anyway. The second is a darkened version I made to isolate the anomaly."
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