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9-Year-Old Killed By Moore Tornado Seen as Guardian Angel in Photo With Niece (PHOTOS)

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By Anne Thomas , Christian Post Contributor
November 24, 2013|3:36 pm

A family, who lost their 9-year-old young son in a Moore tornado in May, has claimed that they have evidence of their son Nicolas looking over their niece like a "guardian angel" following his death.

Guardian Angel (Photo: Facebook/McCabe Family)

The McCabe family has claimed that their son, 9-year-old Nicolas, can be seen behind their niece, Madison, in this 4th of July photo. He was one of seven third graders who died at Plaza Towers Elementary School earlier this year in May when a hurricane hit Moore.

The McCabe family suffered the tragedy of losing their son earlier this year, as he was one of seven third graders who died at Plaza Towers Elementary School when a tornado hit.

However, they now claim to have seen him again in a July 4th photo of their niece, Madison, waving a sparkler. The photo clearly shows their niece at the front of the photo, and just behind her there is another figure who looks just like their son Nicolas.

Nicolas McCabe (Photo: Facebook/McCabe Family)

Nicolas McCabe, 9, tragically died when a tornado hit Moore in May earlier this year.

Scott McCabe has told News 9: "I couldn't believe what I was seeing. Nicolas loved the Fourth of July and he loved firecrackers."

"My brother, when he saw it, he said the hair stood up on his neck. I was in awe. It touched my heart. It's obviously not Madison. It's obvious there are two people there or one person there and one spirit there."

The father has said, "I feel it, you know. I feel it that he's here."

Scott has explained that his son Nicolas was buried in his red Plaza Towers T-shirt, and that same colored T-shirt can even be made out in the image of him behind Madison.

Despite some skeptics coming out to try and explain the image in other ways, Scott McCabe has said, "They can say what they want. I believe. I believe he's watching over us."


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