Husband And Wife Discover They Crossed Paths As Kids, 16 Years Before …

March 21, 2015 - photo frame

New Jersey integrate Jourdan and Ryan Spencer met when they were set adult on a blind date in 2004 — though they initial crossed paths some-more than a decade before.

Several years ago, while examination home videos together, a integrate came opposite some footage from 1988 (which we can watch above) when a 10-year-old Jourdan and her family were visiting Sesame Place entertainment park in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. Jourdan was in line for a H2O slip and her family was watchful during a bottom for her to come down. That’s when Ryan, a then-13-year-old stranger, walked into a frame.

Jourdan’s mom, her sisters and Ryan in a glasses.

“Ryan walked past [in a video] and he said, ‘That looks like me,'” Jourdan told The Huffington Post. “We stopped it and rewound it and watched it again, it happened so quickly. We only kept examination it and rewinding it and examination it. We got out cinema of him during that age. There was no doubt about it — his ears, his nose, his terrible glasses, his choppy bangs — only no doubt about it.”

Both Ryan and Jourdan grew adult in New Jersey and both of their families remembered visiting Sesame Place around that time. Still, when they told their friends about a discovery, no one unequivocally believed them. (Jourdan pronounced she didn’t have a smartphone during a time to take a print of a screen.)

They couldn’t even remonstrate a naysayers differently since a video, that was kept during Jourdan’s parents’ home, went missing. The Spencers insincere it had been mislaid or broken when a parents’ residence flooded during Hurricane Sandy.


It wasn’t until a family duty dual weeks ago, with all of Jourdan’s siblings in attendance, that a video resurfaced.

“We were examination home cinema and we saw Sesame Place and went, ‘Oh, maybe this is it.’ And we said, ‘No no no, we mislaid that one,'” Jourdan said. “And afterwards Ryan walked past. All of my siblings were here on that day. It was insane. Screaming, crying, everybody was so excited.”

Jourdan told HuffPost that she believes there are no coincidences and that things like this unequivocally do occur for a reason.

“It’s over what we can fathom in my mind,” she said. “It could be a movie.”

The integrate now lives in Scotch Plains, New Jersey with their 3 children — Sophia, Max and Mabel. Their oldest Sophia, who is 6 years old, is preoccupied by her parents’ story.

“She keeps saying, ‘How did Daddy know we were there?’ ‘Why were we there on a same day?’ ‘Was Daddy looking for you?’ Because there’s a partial where it looks like he mislaid someone and is perplexing to find a people he was with. She wants to go back. She wants to know when we can go to Sesame Place.”

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