Adriana Scott's parents adopted her in Mexico from an unwed mother. Even though the mother informed the parent's adoption lawyer that there was a twin, she would not allow them to take her. Devastated, they never told Adriana about her long lost sibling. They raised her Catholic, having her attend public school in Long Island. Little did they realize, their daughter’s twin, Tamara Rabi, had a found a home with Jewish adoptive parents just miles away in Manhattan, growing up in private school. When the girls entered college, they both briefly dated a man who was struck by their similarities. He insisted they email each other, and the twins were reconnected. They eventually made contact with their birth mother in Mexico, and the questions surrounding their case was chronicled by CBS’s 48 Hours Mystery. Today, the girls are still getting used to having a sibling, but their bond was instant. "I just feel like I've known her my whole life,” Tamara said. “I just feel so comfortable and there's just so much familiarity with her that it's strange. Even when we walk together, I just feel like it's right. It's just so strange."