Friends were curious about their similarities and realized that they were sisters

Friends were curious about their similarities and realized that they were sisters

Sometimes friends look alike, maybe they have similar hairstyles or hair color. Perhaps they even share a few similar facial features, but these two friends looked strikingly similar. It was not something that Rachelle Dyer and Shannon Nicoll had really noticed themselves. They were both blonde haired and light eyed. It was in 2009 after a picture was snapped of them at a musical event that their likeness was noticed by close friends. As the friends stared at the photo on social media of the two standing next to one another they could not kick the feeling that these two might be related, albeit unknowingly. Each sister had her own respective sister, which meant four sisters in total who appeared to look alike. Could it be that they were all actually related? A well-circulated test would determine that all four of these women are in fact sisters. But how did this life-changing revelation come about? Take a look at this story of long lost siblings, and what would ultimately bring them all together in the most remarkable way.

New City, New Job

Dyer was the first of these long-lost siblings to get closer to finding them. It all began in 2004 when she accepted a job at Tallwood Elementary in Virginia Beach. Up until this point her home base had always been in Seattle, Washington with her husband and son.

New City, New Job

But she was ready to try something new, and so the whole family moved to Virginia so that she could work in special education at this new school.