The young boy who claimed to return from heaven after a serious car accident, is now saying it was all made up.
Six years later, Alex Malarkey, who co-wrote a bestselling book along with his father, has admitted the book is in-fact, pure fantasy.
The book, The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven: A Remarkable Account of Miracles, Angels, and Life beyond This World, had claimed to be the “true story” of Malarkey’s experience in heaven. Now, the teenager has admitted that he made the whole thing up.
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Hey! You mystically find Jesus in the strangest places these days.. Toast, trees and now a t-shirt! All thanks to a fabric softener accident.. Okay, so let’s see if this story washes, shall we?
A British man reports,
Martin Andrews reportedly had an accident in which he spilled some fabric softener on his T-shirt, and the resulting stain is an image of Jesus Christ, the man resolutely claims. However, in order to see the Son of God properly, Andrews has advised you have to turn the T-shirt upside down, and then Jesus’ face can be seen clearly. According to Andrews, Jesus appears in the stain with his arms stretched outwards. Source.
I don’t know about this one guys! That could be jesus or my 4-year-old niece wanting to be picked up! SO?