The Doidge angel photograph was found on some film Danny Sullivan purchased at a British junk shop.
Accompanying the film were several letters from the 1950s that related stories of angel sightings dating back to World War
I. The letters had belonged to William Doidge who had written an American soldier named Doug whose friend had
seen an angel appear above a Gloucestershire lake prior to twenty soldiers dying there in a bridge collapse.
Doidge searched Woodchester Mansion for the angel and in 1952, he captured this amazing angel photograph.