FOX News - They say the bond with your twin never goes away. And for Dolores Elstro and Dorothy Snodgrass, that relationship has lasted an incredible 100 years.
The identical twins rang in their centennial birthday on Tuesday, according to The Palladium-Item newspaper.
Elstro and Snodgrass were born on Feb. 9, 1916. They're now believed to be the oldest identical twins in all of Indiana. Both women live in the city of Richmond.
Elstro is said to have two kids, four grandkids and four great-grandkids. Snodgrass has five kids, five grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.