Here comes the mirror men


It took around 5 minutes for the men in white coats to arrive.
As they dragged the man away, he shouted.
‘They’re in the trains’.
Everyone in the busy station went about their business as usual, ignoring the commotion.  Far better to do that than be questioned about what they witnessed.
Of course I did the same, joining the throng of people filing their way to their allocated place of work. Outwordly I was calm but internally I was worried that my momentary pause when he shouted had been noticed.
You see, he was right.
They are in the trains.

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