In 1969, many people were talking about the screen door in a Port Neches home.
Jacques Ramirez and his family live at the home where people said they saw an image of Jesus on the house's backyard screen door almost 50 years ago.
He said they learned about the story from neighbors when they first moved in three years ago.
"They told us the house was blessed back in the day," said Ramirez.
Our news partners at the the Beaumont Enterprise published the story.
They reported that about 4 p.m. on June 12, 1969, 73 year old Lila Bass said she saw the face of the Christ while brushing her hair near the screen door.
After word spread, the Enterprise reported that 1,000 people came to Port Neches to see the door.
"It's a bathroom now and there is a door close by where the screen door used to be," said Ramirez.
Ramirez said the home was remodeled before they moved, but they have heard stories about the screen door.
It's unclear where the screen door is now. However, some said it was destroyed. Some say it was shipped to a Washington museum.