The Hogan Sisters: How conjoined twins share body and mind
When they were born there was no guarantee they'd survive twenty-four hours. But while they've had some medical scares, the Hogan twins have since enjoyed a relatively typical childhood.
With an astonishing difference, in many ways, the girls share a mind; they literally see the world through each others' eyes. They can also feel and even taste what the other twin experiences -- something that becomes an issue at the dinner table.
Listen to this short clip to find out what happens when only one twin likes ketchup.
Tatiana and Krista star in a new documentary debuting on CBC TV's doc zone tonight at 7 p.m.
The director and producer of "Twin Life," Judith Pyke, was in our Vancouver studio today.
Tatiana and Krista's mom, Felicia Hogan joined us from our studio in Kelowna, BC.
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This segment was produced by The Current's Peter Mitton