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As an adolescent, she was considered the "weird" girl who liked performing seances and was interested in science fiction and the supernatural. Roberta Martin, a doctor, was a tough tomboy whose mother died when she was four years old. Chrissy DeWitt, who lives in her childhood home, is married and about to give birth to her first child. Tina "Teeny" Tercell is a successful Hollywood actress; as a child, she had always dreamed of fame. She and Samantha have not visited Shelby in ten years.
The story flashes back to when the girls had two goals: saving enough money to buy a treehouse and avoiding the Wormer brothers. One night, they sneak out to the cemetery to perform a seance. A cracked tombstone convinces them they have resurrected the spirit of a young boy identified only as Dear Johnny, who died in at the age of Intrigued, they search for information at the library but find nothing.
Later, while heading for the library in a nearby town, the girls spy the Wormer brothers skinny-dipping in the lake.
To retaliate for a prank the boys played on them, the girls steal their clothes, tossing them onto the road while riding off. At the library, Roberta discovers an article about her mother being killed in a car accident, a fact previously unknown to her. Samantha finds a story about Dear Johnny and his mother tragically dying, but a part is missing, leaving the cause of their deaths a mystery. The girls then visit local psychic Wiladene, who determines he was murdered.
Samantha goes home and unexpectedly meets Bud Kent, a man her newly single mother invited to dinner. Upset, she storms out and flees to Teeny's house. They hang out in the treehouse display at the store, where Samantha confesses her parents are getting divorced. Teeny comforts her, then breaks her favorite necklace in two, giving one half to Samantha as a "best friends for life" bracelet. On their way home during a thunderstorm, Samantha loses her bracelet in a storm drain.
When she climbs down to retrieve it, the water rises, trapping her. Crazy Pete, an old vagrant, pulls her out. Grateful, the girls now see him differently. At the same time, Roberta is playing basketball in her driveway when Scott Wormer suddenly arrives. They question why they fight all the time before sharing a kiss. The next day, the girls consult Samantha's grandmother about Dear Johnny's death, and discover from a newspaper article that he and his mother were murdered.
Roberta becomes upset and angry that two innocent people were killed and also at the realization that her mother died violently, contrary to what she was told. Samantha announces that her parents are getting divorced, and the girls make a pact to always be there for one another.