OKAY SERIOUS TALK GUYS!
This clown has been seen over the past few weeks around Mansfield, Chesterfield and Doncaster, I haven’t seen a post about it on here and I really want people to know about it.
Okay so first of all besides it being really frickin creepy to begin with (designed to look like pennywise the clown) it has been roaming the streets at night time, it was started out by a student film director who was doing it for fun, but it has sparked a few people to take it farther.
Some of the clowns have been tapping on windows, trying to get children out of the house (Reportedly) also it is believed that some of them have knives and are marked as dangerous.
Please please please if you live in these areas or know someone who does, especially of they have kids, could you signal boost this? I just really want people to be safe!!
I heard friends say that he’s been sighted in Nottingham and Lincoln as well. Good thing I live on the 6th floor. Hard to tap my window.
There’s not just one, and they’re in sheffield too, a girl from my year got a picture of one on the road that my school is on. They will follow you home, muggings have been reported, although it is not believed that they go into buildings or actually attack anyone with their knives.
Apparently there is one in Lancashire and burnley too! Pls be careful!
They walk inside people’s houses if the doors aren’t locked. They also aren’t near my town, but everyone’s talking about them.
there was one at my school a couple of weeks ago and we got told that if you see one to report where they are to the police straight away
GOD HAVE MERCY ON YOU GUYS
There’s some in smaller towns too in East Yorkshire too
Man, the creepy clown went full circle.
Stephen King based Pennywise off of a real serial killer named John Wayne Gacy, who attended charity events for children dressed as “Pogo the Clown”.
He was convicted in the brutal rapes and murders of 33 boys and young men, whom he lured to his home and strangled.
Gacy is the “Killer Clown” » King is inspired to create Pennywise as a result » Pennywise freaks out everyone » Prankster uses Pennywise costume as a joke » creeps use the prank to actually be dangerous » ???
Man, that’s shit nobody needed in their life.
thanks everyone, I really didn’t need to fucking sleep tonight.
I know, right?
Imagine, a foggy night, and it’s late. Or maybe it’s clear, and you’re out having the last smoke of the night. Off in the distance, three bobbing shapes catch your eye; they’re down the road, but you can still see—are they balloons?
No, you think, and ash out the smoke. You’re going to have to cut back, if you’re seeing things.
But just in case, you take another look.
The figure is closer, and something doesn’t feel right. Your hackles rise, relics of a time when making yourself bigger could make you less appealing prey.
Now, though, it’s an impotent reflex that just lets the figure know you’ve seen it.
The scuff of shoes on asphalt coming closer makes your blood run cold; he’s seen you, and he knows you’ve seen him.
I should call the cops, you think, but you’re frozen in fear. Something about this feels wrong, but you’re paralyzed, heart thudding in your ears and fingertips gone cold.
Suddenly, the paralysis breaks and you whirl inside, slamming the door behind you and bolting it. You draw the blinds tight, running on adrenaline and a marrow-deep fear.
You hole yourself up in your room with the weapons you can scrounge from the house. At your side, the cat hisses every now and again, and sometimes, if you strain, you can hear a soft
of nails on the door.
You’re safe inside though, you tell yourself, even as your finger hovers over the emergency call button on your cell. You’re safe.
As dawn breaks, tinting the cloudy sky shades of watercolour pink, you finally relax. It was just some creep, you tell yourself, some weirdo who gets his kicks wearing a clown suit and freaking out the drunks.
You laugh at yourself, at how silly you were and how paranoid you can get. You pad out to get the paper.
Your blood runs cold as you open the door. There, tied to the knob, is a single red balloon.
caN YOU FRICKIN NOT
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