Did an El Pasoan’s home security camera capture the glowing image of a guardian angel?

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The popular El Paso Instagram account FitFam recently posted a video of what some believe is a guardian angel guiding a vehicle safely through a flooded area.

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“What do you think?” reads the caption that accompanies the clip, “While it could easily be a lens flare, others believe that this is actually a sighting of an angel protecting a worker as he leaves a flooded area near Alameda Avenue.”

The comments poured in.

While some agreed the wispy figure is truly evidence of God’s protection, others were less believing offering up other perspectives ranging from water droplets to a ghost, and even Satan.

The Screen Grabs

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The Comments

champagnepapitas
Protecting him from what?? Are [puddles] that dangerous???

oliverio.sanito
if anything is actually providing any protection it’s the Chevy

ep_skate_spots
It’s a water droplet on the camera

Is It You, Satan?

elpopeye518
It’s actually Satan trying to provoke an accident

pepina_licious
I see horns, not a halo

cynthia_sc0rp10
Or maybe it’s the ghost of someone he ran over

Maybe It's the Headlights

ohjustix
looks like the headlight causing the lens flare

_4.kuma._
Definitely lens flare. Otherwise we would've continued to see the "angel" drive off with him.

killergvmmibear
Lens flare since it disappears soon as the headlight is not pointing at the camera

darealangel76
Lens glare/flare people. And yes angels do exist. But that ain’t one

Glare, glitch, or a heavenly ghost? We report, you decide.

The Video

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