How would you enter this into your genealogy database? A Dallas woman gave birth some time ago to a set of twins. That's not unusual but the details are anything but normal. It seems the two boys did not even resemble each other. The mother had the DNA of both boys tested and this is where things get strange. Lab results showed there is a zero percent chance that the two 11-month-old boys have the same father.
The mother was engaged to the father of one twin and she admits to having an affair with a second man who apparently fathered the second "twin." According to the paternity test, there’s a 99.999 percent chance the two boys do not have the same father, and zero percent chance they do. The lab claims they have never seen this type of result, nor are they likely to see it again.
The twins’ father said he’s forgiven his fiancé for her infidelity and has committed to stay and raise both boys as his own.
You can read more and even watch a video in an older article in the Examiner.com web site at http://goo.gl/4h5Sh.
I'll skip any commentary about modern lifestyles.
If you enjoyed this article, please share it with others. Tweet it, share it on Google+, Facebook or on your preferred social network.
Republishing of this article in newsletters, blogs, and elsewhere is allowed and encouraged, with a few minor restrictions. Details may be found at http://goo.gl/hoHH1.
Of course, if you haven’t done so already, you should join my email newsletter mailing list to stay current on my latest articles and announcements. You can also cancel at any time within seconds. I promise to never, ever send you any unrequested e-mail, other than newsletter updates.