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  1. Lori and George Schappell (born as Lori Schappell and Dori Schappell; September 18, 1961 – April 7, 2024) were American conjoined twins. George performed as a country singer. As of 2020, they were the oldest living conjoined twins in the world. [1] [2] Guinness World Records noted that George's gender transition made him and Lori the first ...

  2. Apr 13, 2024 · In 2007, George, assigned female at birth, announced that he was a transgender male, making him and Lori the "first same-sex conjoined twins to identify as different genders," according to GWR.

  3. Apr 22, 2024 · Lori and George Schappell, conjoined twins whose skulls were partly fused but who managed to lead independent lives, died on April 7 in Philadelphia. They were 62. Their death, at a hospital, was ...

  4. Apr 22, 2024 · Lori and George Schappell, Oldest Living Conjoined Twins, Die at 62. The twins, subjects of several television documentaries and also featured in an episode of 'Nip/Tuck,' had distinct brains but ...

  5. Apr 13, 2024 · FILE - In this July 8, 2003 photo, Lori, left, and George Schappell, conjoined twins, are photographed in their Reading, Pa., apartment. Lori and George Schappell, who pursued separate careers, interests and relationships during lives that defied medical expectations, died April 7, 2024, at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

  6. May 7, 2024 · May 7, 2024, 8 AM ET. When George Schappell came out as transgender in 2007, he joined a population at the center of medical and ethical controversy. Schappell was used to this. He had been born ...

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  8. Apr 14, 2024 · April 14, 2024. FILE - Conjoined 40-year-old twins George, left, and Lori Schappell are seen in their Reading, Pa., home, Thursday, Aug. 8, 2002. Lori and George Schappell, who pursued separate careers, interests and relationships during lives that defied medical expectations, died April 7, 2024, at the Hospital of the University of ...

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