A miracle was recorded at the Cathedral of Guadalajara when Santa Inocencia Bares (St. Innocence Bares), whose body is on display, blinked her eyes.
St. Innocence Bares was murdered by her father 300-years ago after she took Holy Communion.
Though the records are uncertain, St. Innocence is believed to have run away from her father, who refused to allow her to become Catholic.
She befriended a nun and took the Holy Communion. When she returned home after the ceremony, her father stabbed her in the chest, leading to her death. Her body was later taken to the Cathedral of Guadalajara, where it was preserved in wax and kept as a sign of her love for the Eucharist.
She was dressed in a white ceremonial gown and rests in a glass case at the Cathedral, where pilgrims may take pictures and record the altar.
One person, who chose to record what it was like in the Cathedral, roams their camera over St. Innocence to a few altar pieces and back.
While the recording is of low quality, it is clear St. Innocence opens her eyes for a moment then closes them again.
Some claim the sight is a hoax while others believe it is a supernatural sign coming from either the devil or St. Innocence herself.