Imperial, California - DNA testing appears to have been a very popular activity this holiday season. A pair of 60 year olds in Hawaii, friends since they were in the sixth grade together, decided to take DNA tests. Alan Robinson who was adopted at an early age and Walter Macfarlane who never knew his father used a gene matching Web site to find clues as to their family histories.
The friends turned out to be brothers separated at a very early age, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC]. Meanwhile, 4,500 miles away in Georgia 20-year-old Kieron Christian Graham who was adopted when he was just three months old took a similar DNA test and found out that a fellow student at Kennesaw State University, 29-year-old Vincent Ghant, were long-lost brothers.