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El increíble fenómeno de las Caras de Bélmez

María Gómez Cámara removía unos pimientos fritos en el fogón de la cocina de su casa de Bélmez de la Moraleda, en Jaén, cuando una mancha en el suelo le llamó la atención el 23 de agosto de 1971. ¡Se parecía tanto a una cara humana! Desconocía entonces que acababa de abrir la puerta a uno de los fenómenos mediáticos más famosos de las últimas décadas. De aquel primer rostro, que al parecer se asemejaba al Santo Rostro de la Catedral de Jaén, no hay ninguna fotografía. Uno de los hijos de María, Miguel Pereira, harto de la avalancha de vecinos que se acercaron a verlo, decidió raspar el pavimento y taparlo con un poco de cemento. Creía haber mandado así... Ver Más
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