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Hello everyone, it’s Paul. I hope you all are staying safe and doing really great.

I’m sorry I haven’t posted in a while, but I’m very excited that I can finally announce that the CNN Films documentary about me and my case, The Lost Sons, will air on CNN on Sunday, September 26, at 9:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

I’ve seen the documentary and I'm extremely proud of it, and I think you will really, really enjoy it! It tells my life story from the very beginning, and it brings it nearly to the present day—including details about what happened when I found the real Paul.


Mostly, I am hoping that the documentary will inspire others who are searching for themselves or family members, and, with any luck, reach someone somewhere who might be able to help me find my missing twin sister, Jill.

I would also like to thank all of you who have been so loyal and supportive and inspirational to me along the way. As a thank you, I will be hosting a virtual Q&A session that I will only announce here on this site and on Facebook. I’ll be with you for a couple of hours and answer any questions you might have, as best as I can answer them. I will post the date and time very soon, but it should be later next week in the days before the documentary airs. Please let me know if that kind of Q&A session is something you’d be interested.


And please tune into CNN to watch The Lost Sons on September 26. As I’ve said before, I’ve always believed my journey isn’t just mine—it belongs to anyone who is trying to understand who they are, where they came from and where they fit in. My story, and the documentary, are about the most elemental mystery of identity—what is it that makes us us?

Thank you all, from the bottom of my heart, for all your attention and support. It has, and always will, mean the world to me.

Paul


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