British Community Menaced by Gang of Clowns in Van That Plays Creepy Music

A community in England is on edge following sightings of a proverbial ‘clown gang’ that has been roaming the streets in a van blasting eerie music from a loudspeaker atop the vehicle. According to a local media report, the haunting harlequins were first spotted last Friday evening when an unnamed resident of Laindon was walking home at around two in the morning. What should have been a peaceful late night stroll turned rather terrifying when he realized that he was being trailed by a van full of clowns. Making the experience all the more unnerving for the unfortunate walker, he said, was that “they also had a massive speaker on top of the van which was playing creepy music.”

As one might imagine, the man was deeply disturbed by being in the crosshairs of the clowns and he fled the scene in fright. Later sharing the story on social media, he warned his fellow residents about the harlequins in their midst and mused that “it worries me that this is happening in my area, as it is scary, creepy and weird.” Chillingly, his account of the creepy music emanating from the van was echoed by another individual who reported that she had also heard the clowns’ creepy chords late at night and that her kids were terrified by the troubling tunes. “My children now want to move as they are scared,” she lamented, “I just don’t know what to do.”

It would seem those concerns are shared by other residents as several other people chimed in on social media to say that they had also encountered the clowns or heard their haunting music. For now, the strange sightings seem confined to the online rumor mill as one local authority asked about the situation indicated that “I hadn’t been contacted personally by residents about this yet, but it does sound really concerning.” Noting that “playing really loud, scary music” would be something for the police to investigate, he promised to investigate the situation and get to the bottom of the clown mystery unfolding in the community.

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