Miracle believers all over Mexico have been flocking to the city of Monterrey, where a chalk drawing of the Virgin Mary inexplicably reappeared 13 years after it was drawn. The drawing, which had been created in an outdoor parking lot in the city of Monterrey, Mexico during festival celebrations in 2007, had originally only lasted around three weeks before the chalk had faded to the point where it was no longer visible and it was ultimately forgotten about.
Creanlo o no la pregunta es como es q reapareció esta imagen después d 13 años d su creación, la Virgen d la Anunciación y está en el estacionamiento d Presidencia @municipiodegpe @Cristina_Diaz_S pic.twitter.com/aO30xG98S9
— felix palomo (@palomofelixtv) October 8, 2020
An outdoor parking lot in Monterrey recently became a pilgrimage spot for Christians, after a detailed drawing of the Virgin Mary appeared on the asphalt. Its origin was unknown at first, but after photos of the mysterious artwork started circulating online, local authorities revealed that it had been drawn during a celebration called “Bella Vía”. The weird thing is that this particular chalk drawing dates back to the 2007 festival, and no one knows how the artwork lasted for so long, or how it had gone unnoticed for 13 years.
Photos of the chalk drawing discovered in the Guadalupe municipality started doing the round online last week, and it wasn’t long before people started visiting the site to see it for themselves, with some leaving lit candles and flowers to honor the Virgin Mary. The artist who drew her back in 2007 is said to have revisited it and confirmed that it is in fact the one they made 13 years ago. The artist’s identity remains anonymous.
Source: Oddity Central