Identical triplet brothers Robert Shafran, Eddy Galland and David Kellman didn't meet each other, let alone know about each other, until they were nineteen years old in 1980, when both Bobby and Eddy coincidentally attended Sullivan County College one year apart and students at the college who knew Eddy saw the obvious physical resemblance when Bobby arrived on campus. David was reunited with his biological brothers soon after when Bobby and Eddy's meeting hit the media which included their photographs. While Bobby, Eddy and David, in those early years, were solely focusing on doing the media circuit and spending time with each other after all these years, with much of their beings being so similar, their respective adoptive parents - the three sets who came from an upper middle class, middle class and working class background respectively - had questions for the adoption agency, Louise Wise, the largest adoption agency specializing in Jewish families, none the parents who were told that the boys they were adopting were within a set of triplets who were going to be separated. That meeting with Louise Wise administrators yielded little "spoken" information to the parents. It wasn't until problems started to emerge with the brothers, which included a falling out over a joint business venture that yielded them millions, that the brothers themselves began to think more about the reasons behind why they were separated instead of kept together. Their quest for the complete truth, which to this day is not fully known and probably cannot be, lead them in the direction that much of what shaped their growing up environment was not by accident where they and other twins and triplets were used as scientific guinea pigs.