By Scott L Vannatter
Corey had said it was not just a fluke; it was important and it was going to have serious consequences.
Corey had been right; he had not wanted to be; it just was.
A freak mixing of some type of airborne/waterborne chemical leftover with living tissue was the cause and could not be ignored any longer.
It had started: when an organism died, it now began to luminesce; it glowed, and brightly.
Corey looked out at the near-daylight brightness given off by the dead, by the soil the dead went into, and he realized might never see natural darkness ever again.