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Stephen King And ‘Clown Lives Matter’ Take A Stand For Creepy Clowns Everywhere: ‘They’re Not All Killers’

Stephen King, author of the definitive killer clown horror novel It, and a few actual professional clowns are banding together to fight back against all the anti-clown sentiment running rampant in today’s pop culture scene thanks to the recent rash of real-life killer clown sightings along the East Coast. They have even gone so far... Read more » Stephen King And ‘Clown Lives Matter’
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