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The body of Sister Wilhelmina Lancaster, who founded the Benedictine Sisters of Mary, Queen of the Apostles, was exhumed in Gower, Missouri four years after her death.
To the amazement of many, her body showed little sign of decomposition, leading some to claim a miracle.
Her body is now on display and thousands of people have been visiting the site to see it.
While some have attributed the preservation of her body to divine intervention, experts suggest that it may be due to factors such as temperature, environment, and chemical treatment.
Regardless of the cause, the intact state of her body serves as a testament to her love for the sisterhood and the legacy she left behind.
The body will be on display until May 29 before being moved to the altar.
Visitors are asked to be gentle when touching the body, especially her feet.
This article was updated 4 months ago