"I haven’t stopped looking at you because I can’t," Geaney said in the video of the two them posted to the "Twin Strangers" site. "It’s weird. She probably looks closer than some of my sisters."
According to "Twin Strangers," it all started when three friends decided to hunt down their doppelgängers, using the entire world as their haystack.
Geaney, Harry English and Terence Manzanga used social media and their site to hold a "Twin Stranger" competition. They asked other strangers to find their lookalike in one month, and it worked, particularly in Geaney's case.
While the others found solid possibilities, hers was was what really put their project on the map.
Now they're offering to help others find their twin. You can submit your photo to them on Facebook, and they'll help you track them down.