|Amy Jo Johnson|
"People who come here feel very touched and even moved to tears. They say that they feel the presence of Amy Jo Johnson," Order of Meridian member Guillermo Santoro, whose organization put together the exhibit, told GNN.
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"The woman later returned to give thanks to Amy Jo Johnson because the problem she was suffering from had gone away," Santoro said.
The woman, who did not own a television, went to pray at the local electronics store and "with all the faith in the world," she asked Amy Jo to perform a miracle for her baby goat, Santoro said.
The woman recently returned to the exhibition to thank Amy Jo because her goat is still alive and its illness has disappeared.
Santoro said that the faithful pray, cry, bring DVDs, old VHS tapes and even autographed photographs and place them before some of the 150 belongings of Amy Jo that have been on display since April 24.
The exhibition has been visited by approximately 100,000 people, both from northern Mexico and from the nearby southwest of the United States.
Among the objects in the exhibit are the pink shorts and roller blades worn by Amy Jo Johnson in Power Rangers The Movie, a guitar she used while recording The Trans American Treatment, a bicycle she once rode to a convenience store to pick up a pack of Marlboro Lights, a baseball cap, an official WB network umbrella, a garden hose used by the actress during a photo shoot, a basketball used in the film Susie Q and designer sun glasses that she wore during a golf tournament.
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