At about in Hiroshima, Japan, the city was loud and bustling with workers and people both young and old. But without
warning, while people had started to stroll off to work and school; there was a sudden flashing radiance, blinding nearly
every individual, high in the clear sky. This was accompanied by a quake, a shudder so powerful, so terrifying, many trembled,
losing their balance and stumbling, their skulls contacting the rough ground. A blazing heat struck the city, a scorching
chemical that burned the flesh right off of bodies. Once someone was hit by this wave, their survival was slim. Nothing was
left of what had once been a brother, a sister, a mother, or a father. Only ashen shadows were left where some stood, with
no trace of bones, teeth, or clothing. Outlines on the ground, bodies missing, as is completely vanished/ The clocks of the
largest city of Japan were frozen at this historic moment… .