Or that time I hooked up with a South American clown.
Police officers arrived on the scene with their guns drawn.
A dad reports seeing one gunman and a man with a pipe running away in suburban Pittsburgh.
Since "It" and Gacy, killer clowns have invaded the public consciousness with plenty of movies, TV shows, and books to fuel our nightmares. Now, it's spread into real life and it doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon.
Clowns are currently scaring people across the world. I talked to Josh Zeman, a filmmaker and expert on urban legends, about this phenomenon.
By Julia Naftulin This is an actual text message I received from a friend last week: “What if I get attacked by a clown on
Because I'm tired of living in Bizarro World where Presidential candidates brag about sexually assaulting women and crazy clowns follow people in the street. Where the inconceivable is now our reality. At this point, waiting for Superman to come and rescue us from 2016 doesn't seem that crazy to me.
This is candy you won't want to take.
The nation's clown hysteria has reached new levels of bizarre.
Nothing creepy about this, no sir-ee.
911 callers said the clowns were chasing cars.