A 300 year old body of a child saint opens her eyes in this video

A 300 year old body of a child saint opens her eyes in this video

A 300 year old body of a child saint opens her eyes in this video

- A man who was filming the interior of the Cathedral of Guadlajara in Mexico captured a horrifying moment

- The body of a little girl saint who had been dead for over 300 years opens her eyes for a moment and closes them again

- The legend of the little saint is that she was a girl who was killed by her father because he didn't allow her to go to her First Communion

In the Cathedral of Guadlajara in Mexico lie the remains of Santa Inocencia, the body of a little girl encased behind glass.

One visitor was filming the cathedral but when he turned his camera toward the body of the little saint he was in for a shock.

For a moment the girl that had been dead for 300 years opens her eyes and looks directly at the tourist. And shuts her eyes again.

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A 300 year old body of a child saint opens her eyes in this video

Many claim that the video is fake, but there are also those that believe that what the footage captured could be an omen.

There are many stories that surround the little saint. However, the one that is most popular is that she was a little girl that wanted to make a First Communion with her classmates, however he father would not let her.

When the father found out that the girl was invited to come along with the nuns in her school he stabbed his daughter to death.

The locals put her body on display in the cathedral as a symbol of a girl’s love to Christ.

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