Italian twins who were put up for adoption in US after their mother died in childbirth track down relatives via Facebook 55 years later

Oct 21, 2015 1199

By Corey Charlton

Twins born in Italy and put up for adoption in America have managed to track down their biological family in Europe via Facebook 55 years later. Jana Bennett and her twin sister Lisa Keeler were born in 1960, in Palermo, Italy.

But now more than half a decade later and after numerous failed attempts to find their relatives, they have managed to locate them online. Their chances of being reunited with their family were possible in part due to their adopted mother Anita Sipler, who told them their Italian birth names and background.

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Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ 

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