A British couple went to visit Sathya Sai Baba in Puttaparthi, South India, the site of Sai Baba's main ashram called "Prasanthi Nilayam." The husband was a devotee of Sai Baba and his wife a devout Christian. It seems that, for the wife, Sai Baba's Divine love and miraculous powers initially posed a problem and a conflict.

Sai Baba called the couple in for an interview, and during that interview the husband's automatic camera began clicking and photographing on its own. Upon returning to England, the couple discovered a photograph looking like Jesus, when they developed that roll of film. That entire role of film had been shot in a small, simple room with no one looking like Jesus present at the time.

During their next trip to India, Sai Baba again called them in for an interview and asked them if they liked the photograph. He then told the couple that this was a photograph of Jesus at the age of 28 or 29, when he had returned from "The Lost Years in India" and returned to Jerusalem.

Thus ends the corroborated version of this miracle. It is widely understood that this miraculous experience helped the wife to, not only embrace the Divinity of Sai Baba, but to grow closer to Jesus, and see that loving both was a blessing and not a conflict... a blessing that helped deepen her Christian faith.

Needless to say, it is amazing and miraculous to have a photograph of Jesus, nearly 2,000 years after his birth. It would seem, to a very high degree of probability, that the world now has an accurate photograph of Jesus.