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Stephen King says people shouldn't be afraid of clowns. Right

Despite the clown scare sweeping the nation, Stephen King wants you to chill about clowns. Sure, his novel "It" probably contributed to your lifelong fear of clowns. But now the author would very much like you to take a deep breath and calm down. On Twitter, King responded to a rash of recent news...
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