A MAN who went viral for a Grim Reaper-like ice figure spotted near his home has shared his latest find – dubbed an ice angel by some.
Ben Tucci, 65, spotted the strange ice formation on the deck of his lakeside home in Lake Erie in Canada, and snapped photos of the bizarre display.
Tucci, who is from Ontario, believes the figure was formed by waves from the nearby lake falling on his neighbour’s lamp post and freezing.
“From a distance, it appeared to be an angel or archangel with wings spread wide,” Tucci told Jam Press.
“As I walked towards him and got closer, I saw that the pole on which the ice had accumulated appeared to be a crucifix.
“I then thought, ‘Wow, this could be considered an in-game religious display on the lake. “”
He added: “Anyway, it was a blessing to see him.
“Another neighbor’s lamppost [was] used by Mother Nature to sculpt what appears to be an angel or something demonic with wings.
He shared photos of the finds on Facebook, where viewers commented on the unique shapes.
One person said, “An angel or our savior on the cross, it doesn’t matter, it’s really biblical indeed.”
“It looks like Jesus and the crucifix,” another user commented.
Someone else added: “Very haunting.”
“A creepy visitor!” agreed another viewer.
Meanwhile, one person compared the character to a ghost, while another got to see Dwayne Johnson in his role in the 2010 film Tooth Fairy.
Other viewers said the formations looked like ice art and were mesmerizing.
Tucci previously went viral after sharing what some said was a terrifying ice figure – who was compared to the Grim Reaper.
He guessed that the water from the waves of the lake had fallen on his neighbour’s lamp post and created the haunting shapes of two human figures.
He said: ‘My immediate reaction to the ‘dejected’ figure was that of a strange-looking woman or some sort of sea witch, leaving the property almost as if walking away from Jack Frost .”
Tucci, who dubbed the characters Jack Frost and Grim Reaper, shared the puzzling images on Facebook, where they were liked 1,900 times and garnered hundreds of comments.
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