Ohio residents are probably feeling like the apocalypse is upon us with the recent burning of an iconic statue along I-75 in Monroe, Oh., right outside Cincinnati. The statue is a 60 ft. tall statue of Jesus Christ affectionally referred to as Touchdown Jesus because of the way his arms are outstretched.
The statue, constructed in 2004, was hit by lightning Monday night during a thunderstorm. Apparently, it was constructed with highly flammable materials because it burned down in minutes after being struck. The phenomena has everyone buzzing with what this means. Do you believe this is some sort of a sign? What do you take from this?