Someone left red balloons tied to sewer grates in Lititz Borough, Penn., mimicking the calling card of a homicidal, sewer-dwelling clown in Stephen King’s “It.” A film adaptation of the horror novel opens Friday.
Someone left red balloons tied to sewer grates in Lititz Borough, Penn., mimicking the calling card of a homicidal, sewer-dwelling clown in Stephen King’s “It.” A film adaptation of the horror novel opens Friday. Lititz Borough Police Department
Someone left red balloons tied to sewer grates in Lititz Borough, Penn., mimicking the calling card of a homicidal, sewer-dwelling clown in Stephen King’s “It.” A film adaptation of the horror novel opens Friday. Lititz Borough Police Department

Red balloons straight out of ‘It’ spook Pennsylvania police

September 06, 2017 06:56 AM

UPDATED September 06, 2017 07:05 AM

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