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Two Is A Coincidence, Three Is A Trend

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Two Is A Coincidence, Three Is A Trend

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Two Is A Coincidence, Three Is A Trend

Two Is A Coincidence, Three Is A Trend

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A house in Oklahoma City has been dubbed "the twin house" after a third consecutive couple living there had twins. The current tenants said they didn't believe in the twin mojo when they moved in.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

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Two is a coincidence. Three is a trend. That's why an Oklahoma City house has been dubbed The Twin House, after a third consecutive couple living there had twins - a boy and a girl each. Current tenants, Brady and Chelsea Smith, said they didn't believe in the twin mojo when they moved in. Then an ultrasound showed she was expecting twins. New father Brady Smith told the Oklahoman, now his friends won't even drive down the block.

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