On his first day of community college in 1980, 19-year-old Robert Shafran kept being mistaken for another man named Eddy Galland. When the two finally met in person, they began a fascinating odyssey that's explored in the new documentary "Three Identical Strangers," opening in limited release this Friday (June 29). Robert and Eddy, who were both adopted as infants, quickly discovered that they were brothers. And once a newspaper picked up on their remarkable story, they got another bombshell when a man named David Kellman reached out: The long-lost identical twins were actually long-lost identical triplets. (Above: The reunited brothers in 1981.)New York Daily News Archive/NY Daily News via Getty Images THREE OF A KIND New York Post Archives/The New York Post via Getty Images NIGHT LIFE
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