It was a nice clear day in Chicago and the beginning of a new work day. People woke up and tended to their daily rituals without suspecting anything bad could happen to them. Children went to school, bakers tended to making breads and cakes, teachers were setting up for classes, businessmen were heading to meetings and basically it was a normal day. Like clockwork, the day turned tragic when people in the Chicagoland area became violently ill around the same time of day and died in a matter of hours. What could be happening? There were no bombs, no biological alarms and no warnings, just death.