Harry Anderson: Resurrection. He was an American commercial illustrator whose advertising work appeared in national magazines, a job that has all but disappeared now. But he found his calling after he became a Seventh-Day Adventist. His religious work always features a White European Christ wearing a white robe, so traditional that it would be clichéd except for one thing: you can tell he utterly believed, as many “old masters” did not.
Maryville Center for Medically Complex Children in Chicago, Illinois was used to house insane, drug-addicted and otherwise neglected children. Since it closed down, it’s been a hot spot for all kinds of child spirit activity. People who have entered the center through broken windows reported seeing white-robed figures in the corners of their eyes, hearing the cries of children, horrible smells with no origins.