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Top 10 Unusual Families You Won’t Believe Exist
What’s the weirdest thing your family does? If you think you have it rough, take a look at these most unusual families in the world. From “cringy” to “absurd”, these families are very strange.
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Be Amazed at these 10 most unusual families you never even thought about! The Duggars – This family has 19 kids and counting. In 1984, Jim and Michelle got married and decided to postpone having a child until they were financially stable. The Bunker Brothers – Did you know that the word “Siamese” refers to someone or something from Thailand? Seems strange, since the only times we hear the word is when referring to Siamese twins, but you’ll understand why this came about once you hear about the Bunker Brothers. John Joe Gray’s family – Fighting ‘justice’ doesn’t always need violence. Only guns. Gun-owner John Joe Gray has holed up his family on a ranch in Texas, in the longest stand-off in history: 15 years. The “Jim” Twins – It’s easy to spot the similarities between twins when they’re together and even easier to assume that the likeness comes from the fact they were raised together. The Brett family – The Scottish Brett family has no less than 10 boys; no girls. The oldest one is 16 and the youngest one just 1 year old.
The Deaves father and daughter – John Deaves left his family when his daughter Jenny was only 1 year old. They reunited 30 years after and started a family of their one. Jack Yufe and Oskar Stohr – Jack Yufe and Oskar Stohr are 2 twins separated at birth, with an insane life story: one was raised Jewish and became a part of the Israeli Navy while the other was raised Catholic and joined the Nazi movement. Mary-Kate Letourneau and a student – We all had innocent crushes on certain teachers at school. Pearl Carter and grandson Phil Bailey reunited – When his mother Lynette died, Phil Bailey decided to look for his grandmother, Pearl Carter. Forced by her Catholic upbringing to give her ‘out-of-wedlock’ daughter, Lynette, up for adoption, Pearl never had the chance to reunite with her daughter, so she was very happy when her grandson contacted her.