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Stephen King says clowns are ‘good,’ not creepy

One of the world’s foremost authorities on the entertainment of horror is begging to differ with how the recent spate of clown sightings around the U.S. are being characterized as creepy. On the contrary, clowns, for the most part, are meant to be kid friendly and put smiles on people’s...
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