“Reunited as adults, brothers discovered they were separated in the 1960s as part of a ‘nature versus nurture’ social experiment” [VIDEO]

TIMES OF ISRAEL
Sundance film festival debuts dark tale of Jewish triplets split at birth
by Frankie Taggart
January 20, 2018

…The amazing saga began in 1980 when Shafran enrolled at Sullivan County Community College, a two-hour drive north of New York, and was told he had a double called Eddy Galland, who had just quit. Shafran tracked down Galland and, sure enough, they were stunned to find they looked exactly alike, and had the same birthday, interests, voices, mannerisms and even hands. The chance reunion of twins separated at birth was enough to make the front pages of the local tabloids but the coverage unearthed a far more intriguing story. Kellman was reading about the newly-acquainted brothers and realized he, too, looked exactly like them, shared their birthday and was also adopted. READ MORE

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