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OffbeatMeet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving

11:52  12 september  2019
11:52  12 september  2019 Source:   mentalfloss.com

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Wrinkles was to scare her so that they could spend the rest of her young life threatening to bring him back if she ever put another toe out of line. Now, Geek.com reports, Magnolia Pictures and Magnet Releasing have unveiled the rather terrifying trailer for Wrinkles the Clown , a new documentary

The real - life Pennywise became popular on YouTube, as kids filmed themselves calling and leaving thousands of messages for him and sharing their The documentary aims to tackle a more challenging question though: Who exactly is Wrinkles and why did he opt out of the conventional clown job?

In 2014, a couple of fed-up parents in southern Florida paid Wrinkles the Clown to hide under their unruly daughter’s bed. Wrinkles was to scare her so that they could spend the rest of her young life threatening to bring him back if she ever put another toe out of line.

Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving© Magnolia Pictures Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving The video of the ruse went viral, and Wrinkles’ popularity skyrocketed. Before long, his voicemail was flooded with messages from other exasperated parents, prank calls from kids, and even (hopefully joking) requests from people who needed help dumping a body.

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Wrinkles ' real face remains hidden beneath a distinctive mask with large black eye holes and For Wrinkles lovers, his appeal is partly due to his terrible attitude. Unlike nice clowns who cater "Young ones, too, like weird goths with chains and stuff. I've had enough psycho women in my life already.

Now, Geek.com reports, Magnolia Pictures and Magnet Releasing have unveiled the rather terrifying trailer for Wrinkles the Clown, a new documentary about the man behind the mask, which will debut on October 4. The film features audio recordings of messages left for Wrinkles, viral video sightings, reactions from locals and law enforcement officials—and even an interview with Wrinkles himself.

According to a 2015 profile in The Washington Post, Wrinkles is in fact a divorced Rhode Island native and military veteran who’s now around 70 years old. He took up professional clowning after retiring to Florida and realizing he didn’t want to golf, play shuffleboard, or lounge around a country club like so many of his fellow retirees.

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Wrinkles ' real face remains hidden beneath a distinctive mask with large black eye holes and For Wrinkles lovers, his appeal is partly due to his terrible attitude. Unlike nice clowns who cater "Young ones, too, like weird goths with chains and stuff. I've had enough psycho women in my life already.

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Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
Meet Wrinkles the Clown, the Real-Life Pennywise Who Scared Kids Into Behaving
“I’m just a good old-fashioned clown,” he told The Washington Post. And by old-fashioned, he means frightening; the nameless clown doesn’t love children, calls balloon animals “stupid,” and “wants to bring scary back.”

As the recently renewed interest in Pennywise and the Joker have demonstrated, people are much more interested in scary clowns than sunny ones, anyway. “No one was hiring me when I was just a regular clown,” Wrinkles says in the documentary trailer.

But coulrophobia (the fear of clowns) has been around for much longer than Stephen King stories or comics—find out where it all began here.

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