According to various reports, a young 16 year old boy was stabbed to death in a recent creepy clown sighting. This report followed various other incidences, where children have claimed to have been chased down the street by creepy clowns, while one even said he was followed by one carrying a brandish knife.
Granted, this doesn't necessarily mean that all the recent clown sightings are connected, or that everyone dressing up as clowns wandering the street mean harm. Nor does it mean that all the clown sightings are real, as there were two documented cases where it was made up by someone as a hoax. However, should we be concerned about this?
I mean a boy was stabbed to death by a man dressed up as a clown. And according to the IBT Times, there's been a series of cyber threats to children, by a group calling themselves the "flomo clowns." Is this getting serious?
Anyways, here's a link if you all want to read more about this:
http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/police-hunt-ki … ia-1583626
Kids getting hit by cars on Halloween is more likely to happen then being knifed by a killer clown. Ban cars and ban Hitler and Bin laden costumes take all the fun of being scared.
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When they come for Hubbers will there be anyone left to speak out?
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