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Woman, 24, stuns the internet after revealing her VERY uncanny resemblance to her great-great-grandmother

A woman has gone viral on TikTok — and started a whole new trend — after sharing her uncanny resemblance to a portrait of her great-great-grandmother.

Ellery Broga of Fairfax, Virginia, couldn’t believe her eyes when she saw the picture while visiting her grandmother and immediately realized how similar she looked to her ancestor.

The 24-year-old shared a video of herself and a portrait of her great-grandmother Jessie on the video-sharing platform, where it quickly racked up eight million views – and followers said the resemblance sent chills down their spines.

The viral clip even sparked a new trend as people shared their own weird coincidences set to Laurie Anderson’s O Superman – with the lyrics: ‘Well you don’t know me, but I know you.’

Ellery Broga of Fairfax, Virginia, couldn’t believe her eyes when she saw the picture while visiting her grandmother and immediately noticed how similar she looked to her ancestor.

Ellery first saw the portrait hanging above the guest bed in her grandmother’s house during a recent visit.

“The first night I was there I spent a lot of time staring at the portrait with great curiosity.

“I think I felt a strong connection to it, but I had no idea who it was.

“The next morning I asked my grandmother who the portrait was.

“She was delighted to be able to tell me all about my great-great-grandmother Jessie.

“That evening, after learning her story, I sat down and thought about the portrait even more.

«I stared at it and I couldn’t help but think of Laurie Anderson’s O Superman — the line she sings, ‘You don’t know me, but I know you.’

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“I guess I felt bad that I didn’t know her until that day. I wanted others to know her. I made TikTok as a way to express a connection that transcends time.”

The 24-year-old shared her video and a portrait of her great-grandmother Jessie on the video-sharing platform, where it quickly racked up eight million views – and followers said the resemblance sent chills down their spines.

Ellery first saw the portrait hanging above the guest bed in her grandmother’s house during a recent visit

Ellery asked her grandmother about Jessie Challis and she said she was born in 1887 in Holland, Erie County, New York.

According to the grandmother, Jessie married in 1909 and had three daughters, including Ellery’s grandmother’s mother.

Jessie sadly died in 1923 in childbirth.

The post received more than 850,000 likes and thousands of comments, with one person saying: ‘It’s unbelievable how you can see the resemblance!’

“Holy what—the FREEZING I got from that is inexplicable. It’s like you’re looking at yourself bro,” another viewer said.

«That touched me,» another user commented.

“Omgggg twins,” someone else said.

One person commented: ‘You look so much like her!’

Ellery asked her grandmother about Jessie Challis and she said she was born in 1887 in Holland, Erie County, New York.

The post has garnered more than 850,000 likes and thousands of comments, with one person saying: ‘It’s unbelievable how you can see the resemblance!’

«Your eyes are so similar,» another viewer agreed.

Someone else added, «I think our ancestors are just reincarnations of our selves.»

«There’s a line of mothers dating back to the beginning of life and I think that’s unbelievable,» another viewer added.

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One person commented: ‘My great grandchildren could see my photos in 100 years and feel connected to me like that.’

‘Omg you look so much like her!!!’ someone else said.

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