They think they are all dead. They think the Saxonville Sinkhole Tragedy is just an annual date on the calendar, to serve as a remembrance day; a day of mourning and reflection for their loss. They don’t know the victims of the tragedy are still trapped underground with no way out. They think they are all dead. Two different groups now live underground. After months of surviving on the items that fell down the sinkholes with them, and when they discover each other exist, the two groups must join forces to stay alive. Instead, man’s basic instincts for survival prevents that from happening. As they all begin to lose all rational thought, and feeling the need to protect what is theirs, a battle of wits ensues as the difference between life and death becomes each man for himself. Above them, the town of Saxonville is deserted and laid to waste. Unaware the people underground have survived, Julia Conrad is employed to operate the security of the town. But, as her team work to prevent anyone from entering the towering fences, she uncovers some disturbing and illegal activity when she finds the sinkholes are being used to dispose of chemical waste. Now, the survivors need to make contact with someone above ground, so that they can be rescued before the face of man changes forever.
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