Parade by Lawrence Watt-Evans
Five office-workers on their lunch hour get caught up in a mysterious parade.
A short horror story originally published in the anthology Dead End: City Limits.
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About the Author
Lawrence Watt-Evans is the author of over four dozen novels and more than a hundred short stories, mostly fantasy, science fiction, and horror. Although he served two years as president of the Horror Writers Associatio, he is best-known for the Hugo-winning "Why I Left Harry's All-Night Hamburgers," and the Ethshar fantasy series. He lives in the suburbs of Washington with his wife and an overweight cat.