Exploring Simi Valley history: the giant cross on Mt. McCoy
If you’ve ever driven through Simi Valley, California, you’ve likely noticed Mt. McCoy (formerly Mt. Verde). Per Wikipedia, it’s a “1,325-foot-high peak in Simi Valley, California known for its characteristic 12 foot white cross on the top.” The cross sits in a 200 acre nature area operated by the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District but the immediate surroundings are owned by the Simi Valley Historical Society.”
Jesus Tow Truck
We spotted this tow truck this morning that has a very familiar look that reminds us of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Jesus was crucified along with two thieves. In the photo, you can see a giant cross in the middle. It's probably not a real cross, but some kind of mechanical equipment used to tow cars. And if you notice on the bumper area to the left and right of the "cross", you would see two smaller cross stickers. The whole imagery awfully resembles the crucifixion of Jesus and the two thieves.