→What William Branham said
:''I seen him the night of the debate when this Angel of the Lord came down and had His picture taken that you see here now, they got of the meeting. It was Brother Bosworth who stood there that night, and this young fellow just out of the seminary, pointing his finger in that old saints face, and having him take his picture like this. And he shaking his fist in that old saintly man's face, and saying, "Now, take my picture. And now take my picture," like that. 'Cause he wanted six pictures taken; he could publish it in his paper in such positions as that. '''And Almighty God would not permit one of them to be developed.''' Every one of them was perfect negative. That's right.'' (Chicago, July 20, 1954)
'''William Branham also said that it was George J. Lacy who first called it a supernatural light'''