A killer clown look-alike takes part in last week’s “Zombie Walk” parade in Mexico City, Mexico. A Washington State University expert says several factors could play into the motives of “deviant” clowns, including distress and anxiety, social contagion and a desire to be noticed. (
A killer clown look-alike takes part in last week’s “Zombie Walk” parade in Mexico City, Mexico. A Washington State University expert says several factors could play into the motives of “deviant” clowns, including distress and anxiety, social contagion and a desire to be noticed. ( CARLOS TISCHLER Sipa USA
A killer clown look-alike takes part in last week’s “Zombie Walk” parade in Mexico City, Mexico. A Washington State University expert says several factors could play into the motives of “deviant” clowns, including distress and anxiety, social contagion and a desire to be noticed. ( CARLOS TISCHLER Sipa USA
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Here is the Halloween costume Sacramento schools are banning

October 28, 2016 05:49 PM