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    Default Need Help for Clown theme

    hey everyone, This year i was wanting to do an evil clown theme. But im lost on ideas. I dont want a corny circus theme, I want demented evil clowns whose only thought is to kill and torture. I dont have too much space to work with but I do have alot of props, including dead bodies, clowns ofcourse, and more. I want people to cringe from the sight of these clowns when they see them. I want teens to not even want to look and have to close their eyes when they enter the clown room. Does anyone have any ideas that i could use for props or anything else?
    Thanks!

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    I'd have a bunch of really creepy clowns looking over a fence, some shrubs, or a wall as you walk into the haunt and then have them make a U - turn to walk past them again revealing them to be clown heads on stakes with blood and guts hanging down.

    I've always feared clowns. If this could be done and then boris skull a couple so they start talking at me I would pee myself and run home. Did I mention I'm afraid of clowns...

    I won't be attending any clown haunts....ty.

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    It sounds like a great theme. I've posted these many times before, but here are a few ideas for you. We did a clown theme a few years ago.

    The first is a Killer Clown Car prop I made. Total cost was about $20, with a $2 tag sale kiddie car and a clearance kid's clown costume.





    Next is "The Twins" from my freak show portion of our party. Simply a couple of clowns escaping from a cage.




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    I am doing clowns again this year.BIG TIME!!! You could have your bar-b-que set up with orange lights in the bottom like your coals are glowing,then put severed hands, feet, heads, fingers on the grill. Have one of your clowns as the chef. They always like that one at my house.
    How about a clown getting his head severed at the guillotine? He could have flunked out at clown school! Do you have any clown items your not using? Also you can dress up mannequins as clowns to add to your inventory of props. I have 13 props dressed and ready to go already.
    Here are some pics.

    I hope this helps give you some ideas, let me know if I can help.
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    I don't know much about a clown theme, but I am currently reading "IT" and holy cow... Clowns are creepy.
    'Denn die Todten reiten schnell'

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    Maybe you could make the clown's faces look like a clown meets Slipknot combo?
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    I'm building a PVC clown currently. I planned to build a bunch, but i'm having storage issues, so i'm still deciding. They are not difficult to build at all. Check out my Youtube videos linked in my signature. I will have Part III of the build up at the end of July/Early August as i'm out of town.
    Check out my videos on Youtube!
    http://www.youtube.com/user/awokennightmare

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    You can find some good ideas here.
    Gravedigger's Local 16 - "What is he that builds stronger than either the mason, the shipwright, or the carpenter?"

    6'+ (Six Foot Plus) - Spooky musical madness (and more) from the GdL16 gang.

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    I have about 16 clowns ready to go. I mostly use mannequins but have done the pvc figures too. If you don't glue the pvc it is always
    trying to fall apart. But if you glue it together than it's harder to store.
    I am way ahead of where I was last year!
    We all have it coming kid.
    Go BIG or go HOME!!!

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    This is my latest clown prop. Just got the trike today at a yard sale for $6.00. I already had Stabbo the Clown.
    What do you guys think?
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