The Killer Clown Craze – Print Paper Masks

Its almost HALLOWEEN !!!

The ‘Killer Clown’ craze is seriously creepy and has been spreading across the UK which first started in the United States, where pranksters dress up as clown and frightens the hell out of people.

The killer clown dates back to as far as 2013, with more sightings in October as it’s the Halloween month. But this year has seen the killer clown craze intensify greatly.

Here is a short timeline of the killer clown craze sightings 2016.

  • 10 August

    Two teenagers arrested for frightening children in a local park in Ottawa, Canada with a 2-metre long chain.

  • 30 August

    New York Post writes an article of creepy clowns trying to lure children into the cluster of trees.

  • End of September

    Dozens of videos shared on social media such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter of the Killer Clown Prank. This led to dozens of arrests, school warnings and police investigations.

  • 29 September

    Stephen King tells everyone to cool the clown hysteria and denies that this is a publicity stunt for the remake of Stephen King’s It – the main antagonist is a killer clown.

  • 4 October

    After a number of encounters in the UK, a Newcastle teenager suffering from coulrophobia (a fear of clowns) wrote online that she had been chased down the street by a creepy clown. Megan Bell, a College student who lives in Fenham, said: “The ‘clown’ chased me for about 20 seconds. I felt very scared and vulnerable as I was a girl on my own.”

  • 5 October

    Local police in Eastbourne are increasing the patrols to catch people dressing up as clowns, after an incident where a clown jumped from a bush holding a weapon scaring a cyclist.

  • 5–8 October

    Sightings of the killer clown has been reported in Essex, County Durham Cheshire, North Wales, Dundee, Norwich, London, Manchester, Newcastle and Sheffield. Police have so far made at least six arrests.

  • 9 October

    The Thames Valley Police has dealt with 14 reports in 24 hours and still counting.

  • 11 October

    McDonald’s decided to limit public appearances of their clown mascot, as you all know by the name of Ronald McDonald.

  • 13 October

    A man in Cumbria dressed as Batman ( maybe Bruce Wayne) has reportedly vowed to deal with any clowns taking part in the killer clown prank.

  • 14 October

    The Metropolitan Police advises people especially children to dial 999 if they spot a scary clown, due to potentially how dangerous it can be.

  • 15 October

    The killer clown craze has gone too far with men armed with a machete and dressed as a creepy clown threatens schoolgirls in Bury St Edmunds.

    The killer clown craze has shown no sign of slowing down and continues all the way through to the date of Halloween.

    At Ink N Toner UK, we advise those who wants to dress up as a clown, to stay away from it and perhaps try some other alternative Halloween masks. You can download some of the scary masks here:

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