A Cordova, Tennessee woman claiming to be a Christian was alarmed by what she saw on a school bus in front of her so she snapped a picture and called up WMC Action News.
The woman, who is unnamed, because the news station refuses to share it because she has been getting death threats for her views, says she saw red pentagrams staring back at her from the brake lights of the big yellow cheese wagon.
Dictionaries define the pentagram as a mystical religious symbol.
Some on social media are saying that the symbol is there to subliminally turn drivers into pagans, while most others say it is unintentional. Still, other posters want to know why the designers put the star shape on the bus brake lights upside down.
The woman even complained “Would we allow a swastika, for instance, to be on the back of the bus?” citing the story months back where Hanuakah wrapping paper was pulled from drugstore shelves across the nation because it contained a swastika.
The woman says that if you cannot put a cross on school buses, then you should not be able to put a pentagram on it. She says the lights send the wrong signal and wants them replaced.