A photo of the 9/11 Tribute in Light is going viral because it appears to show a mysterious figure looking down at Ground Zero.
It was snapped by New Jersey resident and freelance photographer Rich McCormack, who posted it on Facebook Monday, insisting he did not edit or Photoshop the picture.
"Zoom in to the top of beam do you see something, I took this photo no photo shop no gimmicks took many and only one showed this image," he wrote.
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) September 15, 2016
He said that he took the photo from across the Hudson River in Hoboken, New Jersey.
The post immediately drew an overwhelming response as people remembered the lives lost 15 years ago.
"A message.......beautiful," one woman wrote.
"Some say it's photoshop, but I know you couldn't fool us...This has left me with so much faith ...God is watching over us," said another commenter.
Another woman, Yvette Cid, said she lost loved ones on 9/11 and took comfort from the photo.
"That's an awesome pic wow I lost my two boys and I believe this is a sign to all that have lost a love one," she wrote.
The awesome Tribute in Light is seen annually at the 9/11 Memorial. The blue beams are projected into the sky in remembrance of the Twin Towers.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 11, 2016
— FDNY (@FDNY) September 12, 2016
A year ago, on the eve of September 11th, a stunning rainbow was captured going right over the World Trade Center.
And one week ago, just days before 9/11, another amazing photo showed a majestic light reflecting off of the Freedom Tower.
Photos taken on the same Thursday before #9-11 one year apart. A ray of light shining on One World Trade Center pic.twitter.com/ZMIRWpSWk6
— Ben Sturner (@leverageagency) September 9, 2016
What do you think of the photo?