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William Branham Claims He Raised Man From the Dead

09/28/2018
Seek The Truth Blog

William Branham Claims He Raised Man From the Dead:

An article from Jeffersonville Evening News, July 23, 1947 requests information from one of William Branham's claims:

The Evening News yesterday received an unusual telegram from Ted Shrader, reporter for the Winnipeg Tribune, Winnipeg Manchester, Canada, which it reproduces herewith:

REVEREND WILLIAM BRANHAM OF JEFFERSONVILLE CLAIMS THAT HE RAISED A MAN FROM THE DEAD IN A JEFFERSONVILLE UNDERTAKING PARLOR. CAN YOU PLEASE WIRE DETAILS WHETHER OR NOT THIS IS TRUE? WHAT WAS MAN'S NAME? CAUSE OF DEATH? NAME OF MORGUE? WHEN IT HAPPENED?
(SIGNED) TED SHRADER
WINNEPEG TRIBUNE

This newspaper keeps abreast of local news in Jeffersonville and Clark County, and has been doing so for nearly 75 years, but nowhere in its annals appears such a startling occurrence, and the Winnipeg newspaper was sent a wire saying that we could not substantiate this reported phenomenon.

Stories of the healing powers of Rev. Branham, practiced in different parts of the country, have come to this newspaper. Crowds flocked to be healed by him in every city he has visited, according to accounts. It is understood that he still retains his position as head of Branham's Tabernacle located at 804 Penn Street, where a substitute minister is conducting services in his absence.