These Twin Sisters Discover A Dark Family Mystery story After Doing DNA Test!

A woman named Audrey certainly didn’t expect good to come from her and her twin sister’s DNA test results when it showed a dark family mystery involving the true identity of their dad! One afternoon Audrey hopped on the internet to order a DNA test for her triplets. This woman wanted to know which one of them was fraternal and which were truly identical. But when looking closer at the ancestry listed when she got the report, she thought it was strange their heritage was not Italian.

Audrey and her twin sister named Cynthia McFadden had also been told they were Italian, and both’s father was proud of it. Naturally, it led Cynthia to take the DNA test too. Similarly, it was surprising for her to see that she also had no Italian heritage. The family assumed the first result was just a glitch but this was the third DNA test that revealed that they were not Italian at all. By then, Richard Palmadesso – their father had said goodbye to his life, taking any possible answers with him.

As a result, the twin sisters turned to their nearest living relative, a first cousin, for answers. He, too, underwent the DNA test, which proved their beliefs that they were not linked to their father’s family. Audrey returned to the test findings as the mystery grew, then began sifting through DNA match profiles. The woman discovered she had a 22 percent match with a man called Tom Martin, which meant Tom was either an uncle or grandpa.

Tom was contacted by the family in order to gain a better understanding. What happened next was bittersweet for the twin sisters. Tom had spent his entire life trying to find his baby brother, and he told Cynthia and Audrey about it. Jerry, Tom’s younger brother, was kidnapped on July 9, 1945. On that particular day, Tom and Jerry were out riding their bikes when they were approached by a woman who offered them candy. Jerry went to get the candy with the woman, but he never came back.

The sisters wondered: could their father actually be Jerry Martin? Both exchanged their father’s photos with Tom and were struck by the similarities. However, it didn’t stop there when Audrey and Cynthia learned Tom loved movies, coconut cake, and acting just as much as their father did. They all put a theory together. Their grandmother, Isabel Palmadesso may have been desperate enough to kid*nap Jerry in order to produce the son her husband, Angelo, was expecting. Angelo had been serving in the war at that time and had been absent for more than two years.

This bizarre dark truth did, in fact, provide some closure. The twin sisters claim their father had bipolar disorder and was constantly anxious, and they believe his mental health was a result of his background. Jerry’s transformation into Richard will remain a mystery. The sisters, on the other hand, are grateful for the new family links and the opportunity to meet Tom. He’s also relieved to learn that his brother was still alive and has a family. Tom, his wife, and the twin sisters are still in touch today.

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