Transcript for Adopted Twin Sisters a World Apart Reunited After Being Separated at Birth
sisters separated at birth, raised 5,000 mile as part, speaking different language, neither aware of the other before the random click of a mouse brought them back together as family. ABC's josh Elliott charts that amazing coincidence and journey of discovery it sparked. Reporter: This is Samantha futerman adopted at the age of 4 months. Her life was shaped by those around her. One day, a random Facebook message arrived sent by a stranger, living 5,000 mile as way. Hey, my name is Annise. I'm French and live in Lon do. Reporter: A French fashion designer who had also been adopted. This is my brother. Reporter: Had seen Samantha in a youtube clip. My friend was watching P a video and saw you and thought we looked similar. Reporter: The two discovered they were born in the same Korean city on the same day. So a relationship born on social media moved to Skype. This is a really weird experience. This is so weird. Welcome to London heathrow airport. Reporter: That first meeting, three months later in London. First things that you said? Reporter: I pokes her head. To make sure she was real? Reporter: They found he shared not just a birthday, but a laugh. I'm going to ask you and answer at the same time. Coke or Pepsi. Coke. One pet peeve? When the shower curtain touches me I hate that. Oh, my god, that's the same. I hate that. Rtd despite the inarguable resemblan resemblance, they wanted to be sure. They got their DNA tested and it was the same. I got the DNA results, ma. I'm going out on a limb here. You're sisters, right? Yeah. Reporter: The birth parents identity and how the twins were separated remains a mystery. While they don't have a past. They have a future. Realizing I have a sister, identical twin sister, everything and anything is possible in the world. Reporter: Josh Elliott, ABC news, New York. What a lovely story.
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