An 18th-century icon of Our Lady in Urusovo, Tula Oblast, Russia, started exuding myrrh.
According to Patriarchia.ru (April 1), the icon in the ruined schismatic-orthodox St Michael the Archangel's church, has alleged been streaming myrrh every couple of days since February 8.
Archpriest Nikolai Dudin, the dean of the Venyovsky Okrug, confirmed the incident. The icon was found thirty years ago in the attic of an abandoned house.
Hope they're bottling it. They could sell it for the asking price to some people.
Clearly you haven't been to a cathedral's gift shop lately. ;-) I am respectful of miracles recognized by the Church. This isn't one of them. Allow me to remind you that Scripture states at least seven times that false miracles will mislead many (Matthew 7:21-23, 24:24, Mark 13:22, 2 Thess 2:8-12, Rev 13:13,14, 16:14,19:20)