What is it with clowns? Why are people scared of them?

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Posted: 1/23/2013 10:51:03 PM
Is it just Pennywise? John Wayne Gacy?



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Posted: 1/23/2013 10:55:00 PM
I think for me it's the face paint....WHAT THE HELL ARE THEY HIDING UNDER THERE!?!?!? I've been scared of cowns for as long as I can remember- long before I knew of Pennywise or John Wayne Gacey.

They just freak me the frak out!!


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Posted: 1/23/2013 10:59:04 PM
Maybe they had some traumatic or scary incident with them when they were little. Clowns ARE around kids a lot, and they can look scary when you're little.

For example, when my kids were little they were terrified of Chuckie from Chukie Cheese. Probably the same thing.



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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:00:58 PM
Although I gotta say, that clown from the TV movie "It" was super creepy.



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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:03:02 PM
For me, I don't think I ever personally got the clown creeps until I saw It, so definitely Pennywise. I can remember going to the circus at about age 5, liking the clowns, and thinking it was the coolest thing ever that I was able to get my face painted like one. At some point I saw It, just part of it, not even the whole movie, and was totally freaked about clowns afterward. I had heard of John Wayne Gacy but didn't know about the whole clown aspect of the crimes until I saw a special about them on TV when I was in highschool, so that added to it I'm sure but I already felt clowns were creepy by then.


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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:04:34 PM
When DH & I were honeymooning in St. Martin, we only got a few stations on the TV. One was HBO. They kept showing "Killer Klowns from Outer Space" over and over and over. Evil.



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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:06:00 PM
Yeah, clowns didn't really bother me until I read It.


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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:08:06 PM
They make me uncomfortable because they're not funny, but you're supposed to think they're funny. It's socially awkward.

So it's like... they've contrived this "funny" persona to get up close to you. Why? What's the end game? What do you want, clown? Gonna chop my head off? I distrust you. Stay back!




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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:09:59 PM
I'm not scared of clowns but my Granny refused to ever take me to the circus again after I punched one in the face when I was 6. Personal bubble dude!


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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:10:57 PM

I punched one in the face when I was 6


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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:17:20 PM
One of my five year olds does not like them and hasn't since he was two. He doesn't scream or anything. Just stays away.

He isn't afraid of anyone else. Very social kid.



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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:17:49 PM
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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:19:41 PM

So it's like... they've contrived this "funny" persona to get up close to you.


Maybe you're onto something - they always have this very in-your-face persona, lack of respect for personal space, and they're very unpredictable. I can see being nervous about them when you're a kid, and then just never fully getting over it.



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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:20:34 PM

I'm not scared of clowns but my Granny refused to ever take me to the circus again after I punched one in the face when I was 6. Personal bubble dude!

OMG! That cracked me up!


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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:21:46 PM
I had no problems with clowns until I read "IT" in high school. Apparently it was pretty tramatic, I don't remember any of the book except the freaky clown on the cover.


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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:22:33 PM
I was talking about this 10 minutes ago with my DS - how weird.

The Moscow Circus is visiting our town and there are giant inflatable clowns all over the place promoting them.

DS and I were wondering how people scared of clowns were handling this.

A friend of mines DS is petrified of them. He is 11.

I had a large toy one as a child that used to freak me out. I always put it at the bottom of the toy box and some how the little bugger always made it back to the top. Used to scare the bejeebers out of me how that happened.


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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:26:31 PM

I had a large toy one as a child that used to freak me out. I always put it at the bottom of the toy box and some how the little bugger always made it back to the top. Used to scare the bejeebers out of me how that happened.


Creepy.

Did you get rid of it as a kid, and then it somehow mysteriously showed up on your doorstep in a gift box? And did you try getting rid of it again, and yet you keep finding it in the back of your closet or other such places?



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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:26:34 PM
My best friend when I was a child had a clown painting in her bedroom. It was incredibly sinister and creepy looking. She hated it, but she couldn't bring up the courage to ask her parents to take it down.

It creeped me out when I spent the night.


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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:27:47 PM
So, when I was really little, like 2-3, my parents went to this starving artist show. And they bought a painting for my room. It was of a giant clown head. It smiled. And it had those eyes that seem to just kind of follow you around the room once you came in. They hung it over my bed so there was no escaping it My friends and I were convinced that it was alive. (we also believed that our stuffed animals came to life at night too). For as long as I can remember that clown freaked me out. There was no reason for it to, as I'd never had a bad experience with clowns. Every time we moved they would put the clown painting back in my room even though I told them i didn't like it/want it.

Then when I was around 10-12 we were staying with some family friends for the weekend. We kids were all off playing and the parents decided to watch a movie. They had rented It. Well my friend and I came downstairs to get sodas and peeked in the living room just in time to see that scene were Pennywise is in the gutter talking to that little boy. Not good.

After that weekend when we got home I started taking that picture off the wall and putting it face to the wall in the hallway. I figured my parents would get the hint and just get rid of it. Nope! Every day I'd come home from school and it would be back on my damn wall, staring at me. I finally sort of flipped out and threw it in the basement in some back corner and told my parents not to ever put it in my room again. They tried to talk some sense into me, something about it being art, they'd bought it for me as a baby. Lag blah blah. I told them if they loved it that much to stick it in their bedroom so it could stare at them all day and all night. They did not do that. Instead they hung it up in the guest room in the basement. They didn't throw it away until they moved a couple of years ago.

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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:28:29 PM
I had a friend in high school that was terrified of clowns. We used to tape pictures of them from the outside of her bedroom window. She didn't speak to us for months! In hindsight that was pretty mean.


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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:30:53 PM
I was fine with clowns as a kid. Went to the circus a couple of times. Then I watched IT at a young age. Pennywise is wrong. Just plain wrong. Taking a shower after watching that movie was not going to happen. I remember my parents having to plug the drain before I'd even consider getting in.

It's the whole outfit. You really don't know what is under the make-up. Dancing around and happy... Then they get in your space... *shudders*


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Posted: 1/23/2013 11:47:21 PM
Clowns don't scare me but I've never really liked them either. Most are OK although the nasty ones like Pennywise probably give them all a bad name. lol.

It's those hideous little ventriloquist dummies that I can't stand. I've never had a scary experience with one, they've just always creeped me out.

Look here to see what I mean. and if you hate both clowns and woodenheads - don't look at the 3rd photo - you'll get a double whammy (top row, right hand side).



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Clown = Jack in the box - the box. Fuhreaky and totally not ok.



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Posted: 1/24/2013 12:03:54 AM
The book "It" and also the movie Poltergeist really affirmed my fear of clowns.

There is really something so sinister about the clown image, although in real life clowns seem so happy.


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Posted: 1/24/2013 12:08:16 AM
Only clown I liked as a kid was the one Red Skelton played on his show. Oh! And the Detroit version of Bozo the Clown, the person doing him was good. My grandparents took me to a couple appearances.

There was a Clown with "The Greatest Show on Earth" that was on all their advertising in the 1960s, that one creeped me out! (edited to add: that clown was Lou Jacobs, I looked it up)


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Posted: 1/24/2013 12:24:52 AM
Hating clowns is an American thing, or so say my french friends.


I think it is because they are usually just sad people when all the make up is off

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Posted: 1/24/2013 12:33:57 AM
Oh good lord Supea, those ventriloquist dummies are creepy!!!

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When I was a little girl (about 3 or 4) someone "gifted" me a larger-than-life clown doll. I wasn't really a fan, but it got worse when my mom decided it was the perfect thing to role play with. She would always act like the clown was a stranger offering me candy or a puppy if I went with him... She gave him this creepy voice... It was supposed to teach me to say no to strangers but now I'm just immensely terrified of clowns because they could just want to kidnap me. I know now as an adult that I don't need to be so afraid, but I am. It's a pretty deep-seeded fear.


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Posted: 1/24/2013 1:27:29 AM

Look here to see what I mean. and if you hate both clowns and woodenheads - don't look at the 3rd photo - you'll get a double whammy (top row, right hand side).


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Posted: 1/24/2013 2:15:31 AM
PierKiss, your story had me laughing so hard I couldn't breathe.

I don't have a particular aversion to clowns, but I hate horror movies, so that could be why.


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Do you remember the USPS commerical that featured a creepy clown? It always makes me laugh. Creepy Clown commerical

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Posted: 1/24/2013 6:41:19 AM
I saw a t-shirt once that said:

Clowns are people too-
People who want to kill you.


That about sums it up for me.


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When I was growing up, a man who lived at the end of the street would dress up like a clown for kids' birthday parties. Turns out he was a child molester & molested our little neighbor girl. I've hated clowns ever since!
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Posted: 1/24/2013 7:17:17 AM

So it's like... they've contrived this "funny" persona to get up close to you.
This is a good point and one I hadn't considered before. Hmmm.

I don't like clowns because I don't like the idea of a costume and "mask" (I know it's make-up, but essentially it is a mask). I don't like when you can't see people's faces.



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Is it just Pennywise?
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Posted: 1/24/2013 7:26:40 AM
I am not necessarily scared, but more accurately I am creeped out by them. Same goes for mimes and most HS drama club people.



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Posted: 1/24/2013 7:33:45 AM
Poltergeist started my fear and Pennywise sealed the deal.

Oddly I have a clown piggy bank that was mine as a baby. My parents sent it to me a couple of years ago. They expect to see it whenever they visit, so it comes out for those couple of days and then gets hidden again at the back of the furnace closet once they leave. Brrrr, shivers....


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Posted: 1/24/2013 7:34:08 AM

I don't like clowns because I don't like the idea of a costume and "mask" (I know it's make-up, but essentially it is a mask). I don't like when you can't see people's faces.



I was going to post the exact same thing! I don't like any situation in which a person's facial features are drastically altered or covered up (at least, I think that's what the problem is). I'm not a big Santa fan, and mascots (you know, people dressed as tigers or whatnot) give me the heebie-jeebies, too. Maybe it's the invasion of personal space coupled with the odd features. I don't know...I have to quit thinking about it!



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Posted: 1/24/2013 7:34:50 AM
I'm not scared of them, I just hate them & the way they get near you.

When I was about 10, we were at the local mall & the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus clowns were there doing a show. I was standing with my mom, really far away from the show, not even near the seating & we were watching. One of the clowns came into the audience, to select kids to come up on stage to break dance, LOL. I will never forget the clown grabbing my arm and dragging me through the crowd and everything went blank in my head as I pulled back. The next thing I knew, we were all in a line, hand-in-hand, doing the wave together & I just stood there with spaghetti arms as they moved my arms up and down. It was sheer terror




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Posted: 1/24/2013 7:56:56 AM
They don't bother me personally, but show my big tough 19 yr old nephew and that kid will run away screaming like a girl. Lol!


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When I was a child a clown in parade (the kind that look like they are walking on their hands). Pulled me into the parade holding my hand, away from my mom, and wouldn't let me go. It was like a horror thing. This thing that was holding my hand was also walking on its hands, while the "head" on the costume in full make up was flopping up and down right at my eye level. A monstrous thing had me by my hand, my mom was gone, I was horrified. Still am of clowns.
And I grew up around the rodeo circuit with bull clowns.

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Posted: 1/24/2013 9:45:57 AM
I am not sure, I am not afraid of clowns, I grew up watching Bozo. But both my kids do not like clowns, never have, they never had any incidents with clowns either. They always refused to go to the circus because of the clowns. They still do not like clowns (at 14 & nearly 16 ) they say clowns are creepy.

Then this past spring we went to an exhibit at the MOMA of Cindy Sherman photos and that cemented creepy clowns for them for all time. Like these

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Posted: 1/24/2013 10:15:17 AM

Hating clowns is an American thing, or so say my french friends.


Your friends might be on to something. I don't know anyone non-American who is scared of or hates clowns. And we all watched "It" at very inappropriate ages. I was 6 or 7 I think. Grandma was babysitting hehehehe.
I have absolutely no fear of clowns, but it is a little strange to me why a grown adult man would want to do that as a job. But to each their own.




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Posted: 1/24/2013 10:23:22 AM
I'm not afraid of clowns. I had a really nice pregnant clown at one of my birthdays as a kid and we hired one for my daughter's 1st and 2nd birthday parties. And even though I'm not afraid of clowns I still find them creepy (Well just the men) lol. Not sure why it's just male clowns? The face paint & fake hair is just so odd. I'm sure watching "IT" as a young child did not help. It's the only movie I ever watched that still gives me the chills.




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Posted: 1/24/2013 10:33:34 AM
I used to wonder the same thing, until I dated a guy who was reading "It", by Stephen King. He told me about the story every day at lunch. After he finished the book, I had a nightmare where a clown was just outside my dorm room window- looking at me-- trying to get in!

I pounded on the window (in my dream) to scare him away, and woke up as my fist hit the cement wall by my bed! After that, there were a few other clowns I've seen that reinforced the creepiness. <shudder>

ETA- I didn't even see the cover of the book and I still had a nightmare about Pennywise!


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Posted: 1/24/2013 11:19:20 AM
I not afraid of clowns, but I don't like them. I think they are creepy. As a kid, I never wanted to watch Bozo the Clown and would try to change the channel but I was usually outvoted.


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Posted: 1/24/2013 3:40:08 PM
When I was a child, I saw a Little House on the Prairie episode where a man wearing a clown mask was abusing a young girl. Little House was usually tame, and I'm guessing my parents wouldn't have let me watch that one if they had known the content. I haven't liked clowns ever since.

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Posted: 1/24/2013 3:43:32 PM
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