Even if our personalities aren't encoded from birth, we all have common traits. For some of us, life is an adventure. Outside-the-box activities are a favorite of theirs. They are always eager to try new things that push them outside of their usual routine. When John, Mark, and Diana arrive at their destination, they are so shaken by whatever they witnessed that none of the boys wants to return with Diana. When her parents ask the lads about it, they either seem scared or don't respond at all. In their early years, John, Mark, and Diana formed an inseparable trio of pals. They delight in defying parental authority by engaging in forbidden activities. Mark's home has an outdoor tree house for his kids to play in. Three always gather there to discuss anything that comes up. I learned one day that a carnival will soon be visiting their city. The group of buddies couldn't wait to get there. After arriving at the carnival, the kids don't waste any time getting to the tree house to plan out their day. However, everyone is anxious about how they can convince their parents to let them travel. Everyone agrees to go on a search, then. Leave each other's houses and assemble in the tree house. When carnival day finally arrives, all of the kids' parents will be shocked to see their friends' sons and daughters acting in complete obedience to their wishes. However, they were overjoyed and chose to keep quiet, possibly because their children had grown up. But when darkness fell, they got on their bikes and met up at the tree house before heading off to the fair. As a result, they had a great time. However, on their way back, they came to a fork in the road, one of which was longer than the other. All the parents in that area forbade their kids from using the shortcut. Because people think it's haunted. Unfortunately, by the time Mark, John, and Diana make it to the end of the long road leading to the carnival, it is already past midnight. They're all planning to take the easy way out since they're worried about the chaos that would ensue once their parents discover they're absent. When they got far enough away, though, they could see that a man was digging and placing something under the hole. When they started to leave, however, the man looked them dead in the eye and kidnapped them, taking them to a little cabin. He only provided them with food once during his confinement of them. However, their parents are really concerned about them. They contacted the police and an inspector immediately began looking for their kids. All three of my pals in this shack are frightened. And then, one day, the two men witness a scene that rocks them to their very core. One day, the man abducted Daina and locked her up in a separate room from the boys. When they finally locate her three days later, she is in a very weak state. She was too scared to speak to them, and she knew it. She has stopped moving and is simply staring up at the ceiling. Later on, the lads discover Daina's lifeless body. The boys are helpless, unable to get their bodies off the floor. They were only missing for a few days before the police located them, and today the police are finally bringing them home from the hospital where they had been for the past two months. But just as the case of Diana is about to be closed, one police officer begins to have doubts about the legitimacy of the investigation. And quickly learn that Mark has ties to a renowned crook by the name of Max Jackson. It's for reasons like this that he already had reason to doubt the cops. The youngsters are both detained by the police. Both parents are doing what they can to rescue their kids because they believe the lads. After this incident, the boys' parents and Diana's parents no longer speak. In the same way, our society places a higher importance on males than females. John and Mark first refuse to recant their statements to the police, but they eventually reveal the truth. Both Mark and John are older than Diana by two years. Still, they have a common upbringing as neighbours. At 18, both of the boys become quite interested in her. Diana, like the rest of the women, flirts with them. John is merely toying with her because he is already seriously in love with someone else, while Mark has fallen deeply in love with her. Mark is here because Diana starting a relationship with Max, a nice person from an affluent family whom the police initially mistook for a criminal. Diana and Max's families all agree that they should wed as soon as Diana finds stable employment. John, on the other hand, takes this news quite well and prepares the entire game around it, which is disappointing for Mark. He invited Diana and John to join him at the tree house for the carnival, only to find out that it had been canceled and everyone had headed to a local watering hole instead. Diana's drink had something in it, and he raped her afterward. But shortly Diana comes to, and this frightens Mark so much that he hits her and runs away. Then he returned with a forged document accusing Max of working for and committing crimes with him. Mark is relieved to learn that the police have arrested Max on suspicion that he is a criminal and maybe the man Mark and John spoke of earlier. Booth The police detain John and Mark. Respectfully, Max is released from jail. Soon, Diana and Max will tie the knot, and the two will enjoy a happily ever after. Mark's blow knocked her out that day, but she recovered and lived. They find her, and they take her to the hospital. And as soon as Max is released from prison, his parents will finalize the wedding arrangements between Max and Diana. Max and Diana now have two children of their own, and although John is out of jail and has gone on with his life, he has never attempted to get in touch with Max or Diana. To top it all off, Mark is locked up for life for falsely believing that he killed Diana, but in fact, Max and Diana had planned for him to rape Diana that night as part of a larger plot. Also, John is completely on board with Mark's criminal behaviour.