Monday, November 28, 2011

Unexplained light shines down on fallen soldier’s ‘miracle dog’

His name is Hero and the story of his rescue from the Iraq war zone is being hailed as “nothing short of a miracle.” But it is a second “miracle” associated with Hero that is currently lighting up the blogosphere.

An unexplained phenomenon occurred when ABC News was sent to the home in Newport, New Hampshire of fallen marine and Hero’s master Justin Rollin. Photographer Kimberly Launier had been sent to do a shoot for the news show 20/20. (VIDEO BELOW)

The shoot, as she Launier, “turned into something that made me wonder about life after death.”

A news crew was interviewing with Skip and Rhonda Rollin, Justin’s parents, as they played in the yard with Hero. Launier describes what happened next.
Sometimes when Rhonda hugged Hero she would softly pet her face and coo, ‘Justin, are you in there?’ It was Rhonda’s gentle way of remembering their son and his last living connection to Hero. At one point, Hero wandered off and took a stroll in the backyard. All of a sudden, the clouds broke and a light began to solidify in a beam directly down on Hero—a kind of vertical halo.
As this dramatic ray of light was shining on Hero she turned to look at me, and it was all I could do to hold the camera steady and not drop it in astonishment. It was an unforgettable moment, and made me wonder if in fact Justin was in there. Then the light vanished.
In her narrative of the experience, Kimberly Launier writes that it was an overcast day. Was this event a sign from Justin Rollin?

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