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The Unverifiable Legend of the Early 20th-Century Preacher Who Raised 14 People from the Dead

Worshippers at the Angelus Temple in Los Angeles, one of the many churches Wigglesworth visited. (Photo: Public domain) After Smith Wigglesworth died in 1947, doctors are said to have found that some of the bone on each of Wigglesworth's knee caps was missing. Later, in his house, others found two indentations, about a foot apart, on the wooden floor of a corner room. Wigglesworth, it was surmised, had spent a lot of time there knelt in prayer.
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