Shouldn't the relative pronoun be in which or where?
My pick is b) anything. It's non-specific, whereas choice a) everything is specific. Mind you, both a) and b) work in that context; however, anything could be possible/anything can happen is more common/commoner. It means, the unknown could happen, Cf. everything could be possible; everything you dreamed of happening could happen.
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