05 October, 2016
Despite several people commenting about clown sightings in Brockton on social media overnight, police said they have not received any reports of people dressed up as clowns in the city. In recent weeks, there have reports of clown attack in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina and SC. "We called the police and some of them patrolled the area". Some of those included threats of violence- and it looks like central IL could be the next to experience it. "Additionally, there will be an increased administrative presence during morning arrival and after school dismissal", Gallagher said.
The intersection of Fairchild and Bowman. She did it because she was afraid of social media reports about clowns attacking children.
"I've heard about it all over the states".
This is not the first time a clown scare has occurred in this country. "They get that", says Burnett.
In his article published in IFL Science, McAndrew recalled that the clowns have gone as far as chasing people with machetes and knives, luring children and women into the woods, and yelling at people from cars. Police and Homeland Security are investigating Instagram posts that talk about blowing up schools.
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The rumor mill spread quickly, causing dozens of students searching for a clown to turn into hundreds.
"I suspect it's a kind of low-level hysteria, like Slender Man, or the so-called Bunny Man", King told the news outlet. "When you're thinking of walking, you have to be a caring clown from the heart".
"Take a little kid to the circus and show him a clown, he's more apt to scream with fear than laugh".
"My real magic for young children doesn't work- unless they learn the real magic word. I put a lot of time and effort into this", he says. "They're just dressed up in costumes and we have nothing to do with any of them". Obviously this is a situation that local law enforcement authorities take quite seriously, and they should carefully and thoroughly review perceived threats to the safety of the community.
"It's very possible that it was our promotion", because it "caught on like wildfire", and attracted tens of thousands of likes on the Facebook page before it was revealed to be a stunt, he said. Please don't participate. Whether you are out trying to help or looking for an adventure, we ask that you go home. She says the sightings give people like her a bad name and could hurt her business.