Casper, WY - A white couple gave birth to a pair of black twins on August 3rd. The twins were confirmed as being delivered to the parents through natural child birth at Casper Regional Hospital. The couple, Jack and Sarah Culpepper, were described as being pale white Anglo-Saxon descended adults. The twins, a boy named Harry and a girl named Sally, were both very African American in appearance.
Doctors performed a DNA test on both children to determine if there was a mistake in the delivery of the children. Both children were confirmed as being the offspring of both parents. The testing was conclusive in both regards. A scientist in Genealogy with the University of Wyoming told reporters that if two genes are present, there is always a chance that it will become a trait, even if the genes are recessive or not as present in the DNA strand as other genes.
When questioned about whether both these parents were recessive gene holders of the darker skin trait, the scientist only said he couldn’t be certain without map both parents DNA strand and analyzing the underlying elements.
This is not the first time that a couple has given birth to a child whose skin tone is vastly different. In 2004, a hispanic couple in Mexico City, Mexico gave birth to children who were almost completely white, though not albino. In 1993, a Japanese woman gave birth to a girl who looked Arabic in appearance. This did mark the first time that twins were born with this affliction. Scientists still don’t truly understand exactly what causes this, nor have they given a name to the event.
In any regards, Harry and Sally will have a loving home in the wide open spaces of Wyoming.
Annabel Lee is a freelance journalist for the Baltimore Fake Times Journal. She has been to Wyoming and loved it. She would love to move there one day and retire.
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