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A Quick Explanation For That Creepy AF Line of Dialogue You Hear in It

Minor spoilers for the It novel and film below! It shouldn't be a surprise to anyone that the latest film adaptation of Stephen King's It is full of horrifying moments. The funny thing is, Pennywise, the demonic clown stalking the group of young misfits (aka the "Losers Club") in Derry, ME, is only the tip of the blood-soaked iceberg. One of the more disturbing lines of the film is one repeated by Pennywise and the gruesome hallucinations he makes the Losers Club encounter throughout the film: "They all float down here.
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