Scott McCabes son passed away in May 2013 when a tornado ripped through his school. He was a young child only 10 when he passed. Now a photo taken at a 4th of July party is touching Scott’s heart as he feels he can see his son’s spirit playing with his cousin. Scott sees one person in the flesh and one in spirit and the photo correlates these feelings.
A Moore tornado family is finding comfort in a picture. Their son died in Plaza Towers when the storm hit, but they believe they’ve seen him since his death and they are not alone.
It looked like a regular picture of a little girl with a sparkler, but Scott McCabe saw the real firework immediately.
“I couldn’t believe what I was seeing,” said Scott McCabe.
McCabe’s son, Nicolas, died in Plaza Towers Elementary when the tornado hit Moore on May 20.
“Nicolas loved the Fourth of July and he loved firecrackers,” McCabe explained.
This past July 4th, Nicolas’ cousin, Madison, had to play alone – at least that was what the family thought until a cell phone picture.
“My brother, when he saw it, he said the hair stood up on his neck,” McCabe added.
When McCabe looked, he was blown away.