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For 12 years, Ashley Lang, of Chicago, took her beloved dog Wagner to play in a nearby park.
So when the golden retriever died recently, she wanted to scatter his ashes in his favorite spot. As she spread the remains of her pet, a friend snapped a photo on her phone. There, in the picture, was a ghostly silhouette of what could only be a dog.
"It’s pretty remarkable…the tail and the legs and he looks like he’s, you know, leaping to go up,” Lang told CBS Chicago. “Everyone keeps calling him the angel dog.”
She also thinks it was Wagner's way of saying a final good-bye.
When her beloved Wagner died, she brought his ashes to their favorite spot. This happened. @cbschicago pic.twitter.com/GOo0LXLY6K— Brad Edwards (@tvbrad) October 20, 2015
When her beloved Wagner died, she brought his ashes to their favorite spot. This happened. @cbschicago pic.twitter.com/GOo0LXLY6K
via The Dodo