(VIDEO) “Mystery Priest” Appears At Car Crash Site, Prays For Victims Recovery Then Vanishes

On August 4th, 2013, Illinois student Katie Lentz was driving her Mercedes convertible on Highway 19 when she was suddenly hit head-on by a drunk driver. The horrific accident crushed Lentz’s car in a mangled wreck, leaving her with life threatening injuries including multiple fractures, a ruptured spleen, and damaged liver.

Emergency responders rushed to the accident scene, tasked with the responsibility of stabilizing the 19-year-old crash victim and extracting her from the tangled wreckage. However, the challenge in dislodging Lentz from the twisted metal proved daunting due to the equipment at the scene not proving strong enough to cut through the Mercedes’ heavy steel construct. A call was placed asking for the hefty cutting equipment, known as the “jaws of life”, to be sent to the accident site ASAP.

Realizing that Lentz was fading fast, the emergency crew decided to use the equipment at hand. The crew battled for nearly an hour, taking turns cutting through the dense steel. Lentz suddenly regained consciousness and asked them out loud to pray for her survival. At that precise moment, a tall figure dressed in all black appeared on the scene and lead the emergency crew into prayer. He then began blessing the site, along with Lentz and the emergency workers, stating, “God has blessed your work. I hope the credit goes where it is due.”

The crew continued cutting through the heavy steel for another ½ hour until Lentz was finally freed from the tangled mess of steel.

When crew members looked around to thank the “mystery priest”, he had vanished.

The mystery become even more intense when New London fire chief Raymond Reed acknowledged that the moment they got word of the accident, the highway was immediately blocked off for 2 miles in each direction, making it near impossible for anyone to be within the accident vicinity.

The incident immediately caught the attention of the mainstream media, dubbing the tall man dressed in black the “Angel Priest”. Taking this mystery a step further, over 70 photographs were taken at the accident site during the rescue, none of which has an image of the “mystery priest.” Read more