A creepily dressed clown has filmed himself taunting authorities wandering the streets of a quiet village in Scotland;
The man, dressed in the outfit of Stephen King’s famous creation Pennywise, has been leaving red balloons around Skelmorlie in north Ayrshire.
Pennywise was the fictional killer clown in King’s 1987 classic IT – memorably played by Tim Curry – who kills children roughly every 27 years in Derry, Maine.
A Facebook account for the Skelmorlie clown has been set up with the name Cole Deimos, claiming he ‘studied at Clown School’.
In Greek mythology, Deimos is the personification of fear, with the name translating loosely as ‘dread’.
Pennywise was the fictional killer clown in King’s 1987 classic IT – memorably played by Tim Curry – who kills children roughly every 27 years in Derry, Maine
The man, dressed in the outfit of Pennywise, has been leaving red balloons around Skelmorlie in north Ayrshire
It appears they first started ‘haunting’ the village in 2021. His Facebook account shows images of him creeping on all fours over a bridge, and staring at the screen while holding a red balloon.
A new video uploaded on Thursday morning entitled ‘message to the media’ has what appears to be a man’s voice which has been heavily distorted.
It mocks the police for their failure to identify him.
‘Well, well, well, I’ve made the news again. ‘Should I smile for the cameras with my ‘hideous’ grin?’
It is thought that the police are aware of his antics.
He says: ‘The police have been informed, do you think that I care? They’d have to catch me first anyway – and yes, that’s a dare.
‘They called me “killer clown”. Why don’t you leave the jokes to me. The only thing that’s dying is your credibility.’
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