Murray Blackmore has gone viral on TikTok after revealing the sheer number of siblings he has – all with the same father.
A man born into Canada’s largest polygamous family has revealed that another addition will join the family – increasing his number of siblings from 150 to 151.
Murray Blackmore, who grew up with a father and 27 mothers, said there had been “news of another pregnancy.”
Murray, who is his father’s 65th child, revealed the information on TikTok, where he often explains the ins and outs of living in a polygamous commune.
In her most recent update video, Murray said: âThere has been news of another pregnancy. My number of siblings will increase to 151.
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He added that he may not even have been the last of his parents’ children.
He said, âI don’t know if this is the last one, I couldn’t tell you, but with what remains of my parents, they still have children.
Murray and his siblings have already taken to TikTok to describe their experiences growing up in a huge polygamous family.
The siblings went to their own school and instead of living with their mother, the teens all lived together in a âmotelâ.
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Murray sometimes refers to the family as a family, but sometimes he calls the group a “cult”.
He says it’s because, until 2002, his family was part of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which is a Mormon denomination.
Then, when many families started to leave the religion, there was more pressure on the remaining families to stay.
Murray says this prompted his family to push religion children into a “cult mentality.”
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Now, however, he says things are changing and “we are moving from one cult to more than one family.”
Murray’s announcement of his new brother’s upcoming arrival racked up 1.5 million views and commentators were stunned.
“If I’m being honest it’s too far,” wrote one viewer, while a second said: “You’re kidding, right?”
Another asked, “Is this a joke?”
This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been reprinted with permission.