It was a last-minute project for Linda Bargas and her children in Pueblo. Bargas bought one of the last Easter egg dye kits at the store. The kit had been opened.
Bargas said, "We were getting ready to go to the Easter Vigil. I had egg all over me. Just dyed the egg, and it was dripping. And the kids were like, we're going to be late, we're going to be late, so I took the egg and I blew on it. And when I blew on it, I see the image. Oh my gosh kids, look what happened."
What appeared on that egg eight years ago to Bargas and all of her friends and family is the image of the face of Jesus Christ.
Bargas stopped short of calling it a miracle, "I think it just happened, and it's something beautiful to look at."
The egg is still hard-boiled, and it doesn't carry any odor. Bargas plans to sell it on eBay.
"It's lasted in my house for eight years. Will I miss it? Probably a little bit. But it's time for it to go."