For some people, clowns are tolerable on television or at the circus. Others fear them completely. But we’ve reached consensus that there are two places you never want to see a clown: in your nightmares and in your backyard. Thanks to a handful of reported clown sightings in South Carolina and now the Triad, people are on edge about an impending clown invasion. Suspects and clues have been tough to come by. Regardless of the voracity of the reports, Hayes Permar advises that as long as our kids know how to handle themselves in the streets, we have nothing to fear….even really creepy, fear-inducing, night-crawling clowns.
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