Some say the image of the Virgin Mary can be seen in a stain on the window of a bank near the Miami house where Elian Gonzalez is staying with his surrogate family.

The bank, in Miami’s Little Havana, has become a shrine to the boy known locally as el ni� de los delfines. People line up before it, some pressing their babies against the window.

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