Galyon brothers, world's longest-living conjoined twins die at the age of 68
The world's longest-living conjoined twins Ronnie and Donnie Galyon died on July 4 at the age of 68. Galyon brothers of Beavercreek, Ohio were born joined at the abdomen on October 28, 1951. In 2014, the brothers earned the distinction of being the world's oldest set of conjoined twins shortly before their 63rd birthday. WHIO reported that the two died in hospice care in Dayton, their brother Jim said.