For hundreds of years, we lived in a world where clowns were popularly understood to be funny and whimsical ... or, at the least, not absolutely freaking terrifying. Pop stars sang songs like “Everybody Loves a Clown” and “Send in the Clowns.” Parents hired entertainers in colorful satin outfits to do magic tricks and make balloon animals at their children’s birthday parties. Ronald McDonald sold us hamburgers. Emmett Kelly and Red Skelton were TV staples. We had a tacit cultural agreement not just to tolerate clowns, but to look forward to having them around.
As if haunted houses aren't scary enough. As if creepy clowns aren't just the most horrifying thing ever... Now we gotta worry about there being real life creeps dressed as clowns, attacking people with sex toys?!
The Daily Herald reports that an Illinois woman has filed a lawsuit against the Massacre Haunted House in Montgomery, IL after reportedly being assaulted and harassed by two workers dre