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A man in a glowing suit was discovered on video dispensing religious pamphlets to a Los Angeles neighborhood within the San Fernando Valley.
Residents of Woodland Hills, California awoke to find leaflets asking them “Are You Good Enough to Go to Heaven?” scattered around the neighborhood.
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The tracts were tucked into their cars and taped to mail boxes. Upon checking a security camera Danielle Fairlee, who lives in the area, discovered that the perpetrator was dressed quite unusually for the job. “I showed the video to my kids and they said, ‘Wow, Mom. He looks like a video game, ’” Fairlee said in a Fox 11 news video investigating the event.
Fairlee herself, according to an accompanying article by Susan Hirasuna and Jeffrey Thomas DeSocio, described him as a “Tron-lookin dude” while sharing the video on Facebook.
The glowing suit, which included jacket, pants, and unusual headwear, is clearly visible on the security tape as the man moves around dispersing his religious materials. The pamphlets are a common text, available for sale from Living Water Publications, which guides the reader through a Christian interpretation of morality via the Ten Commandments.
“I guess it’s fine, ” Fairlee said of the proselytization in that same video. Whether or not locals take issue with the content of the pamphlets is unclear, but the manner in which the would-be converter is dressed has certainly made him a topic of conversation in the neighborhood. One resident speculated that the man might be wearing this suit as for safety.
“That’s just so people won’t run him over, “said Alan, a local citizen who lives up the street from Fairlee. Reflective stripes on the suits pants and jacket seem to confirm his opinion. Not everyone is so dismissive of the oddity of the event though. “Weird, “said an unnamed resident when asked to describe the situation by a local news reporter armed with a copy of the video. It seems that others would agree with him.