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Jesus Fresco Halloween Costume A Huge Hit Online

A Jesus fresco Halloween costume, capitalizing on the destruction of a classic piece of art, is a big hit on the internet. Inspired by an elderly woman’s failure to restore a 19th-century painting of the face of Jesus called “Ecce Homo,” the Jesus fresco costume has been popular online so far. The costume follows the [...] Jesus Fresco Halloween Costume A Huge Hit Online is a post from:
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