Zita, Gita and David: how three twin brothers separated in the name of science became a worldwide sensation27.07.2022
Everything changed when Edward, Robert and David turned 19. Full of hope Robert Saffron came to college. But the very first day in the new place was full of surprises: the guys greeted him as if they had known him all their lives, and the girls made eyes and showed genuine interest. Seeing the shock in the student’s eyes, one of the newcomer Robert’s sudden “buddies”, Michael Domnitz, asked his name, date of birth, and whether he was adopted. Having received answers to his questions, Michael exclaimed: “You have a twin brother!”
Yes, it’s that simple.
Domnitz drove Robert the same day to the home of a friend who had dropped out of college earlier. Edward Galland lived on Long Island and was extremely surprised to see an old friend and … his reflection on his porch. However, the shock that day was experienced not only by the brothers, but also by Eddie’s adoptive parents, who did not even suspect the existence of their adopted child’s twin brother.
The story of the miraculous reunion of the brothers who became the American “Zita and Gita” (1972 Indian film about the story of twins separated in childhood – approx. Woman.ru) quickly became public knowledge. She was written about in local newspapers, and David Kellman, who lived in Queens, drew attention to one of the articles. The guy was amazed – two copies of him were looking at him from a newspaper clipping. David immediately got hold of Edward’s parents’ phone number and called them.