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Pa. Police Department 'Terrified' After Finding Red Balloons Tied To Sewer Grates

07 September 2017, 01:57 | Katrina Lee

Pro tip If your paper boat ever goes into the gutter and falls in the sewer just let it

Pro tip If your paper boat ever goes into the gutter and falls in the sewer just let it

On Tuesday, the police department posted about the "creative" prank on Facebook. In Littitz, Pennsylvania a prankster has been tying red balloons to sewer grates around town with police there suggesting they knock "IT' off, noting officers were "completely terrified" removing the balloons".

In Stephen King's horror tale, "It", red balloons are the calling card of a clown named Pennywise who feeds on children.

If pranksters have their way this will be the creepiest town in America. And when I say inescapable, I mean it!

In a recent bulletin by the Pennsylvania State Police, authorities warned that similar clown sightings could happen because of the September 8 release of the "It" movie.

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In 2016, a wave of disturbing clown sightings were reported in Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin.

The stunt follows weeks of creepy clown sightings last fall, which spread like a contagion after making national news. Not only are they leaving the balloons for others to find, but they're leaving small messages to help build up the fear.

Detz mentioned to CBS that while wearing a clown costume isn't a crime, harassing and assaulting people while wearing the costume is. "It's when they start trying to harass or annoy people with their presence".



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