A new book is being released with true stories of the paranormal from people in the police force.
One tale from it is this:
The cop behind the wheel that Detroit night in 1992 told Sgt. Dean that when he was pinned down by the submachine gun fire, he faced a terrible choice: stay in the squad car and get shot, or exit the car and get shot. An Uzi fires 600 rounds per minute.
The cop opened the door and claims "a golden glow" filled the car. "I heard a calm, male voice say, 'Don't worry. You're going to come out of this fine. You won't be hurt.' It felt as if a shield had been raised up in front of me." The cop stood amid a hail of bullets and emptied his gun into the suspects' vehicle. The suspects sped away, but the cop was unharmed. He later said, "I am alive today because of divine intervention."
To read more please find the full article by Rodney Foster here.