We all float down here. You'll float, too. Image Credit: Facebook / Renee Jensen
A blood-soaked effigy of the titular character from the movie 'It' is the last thing you want to find in your yard.
New Jersey resident Renee Jensen had been relaxing outside her home with her boyfriend on Saturday when she spotted something strange floating towards the side entrance.
When she got up to take a closer look, she discovered to her horror that it was in fact a cartoon doll of Pennywise the Dancing Clown - the antagonist of Stephen King's "It" and its movie adaptations.
Even more disturbing was the fact that the doll had fake blood around its mouth and a series of indecipherable letters, numbers and symbols drawn on its forehead.
"It came at an angle and I just watched this thing, it didn't hit a single tree and went straight over, just cleared the gate and hit the pine branches and hit the ground," said Jensen.
"If you saw how many trees we have and where this thing came from, it made no sense at all. It didn't even hit any of our trees until it was just about to land at our gate."
Unsure what to do, the 42-year-old ended up calling the police, however the two officers who arrived were terrified of the doll and didn't want to touch it.
Jensen ultimately disposed of her creepy visitor by destroying it in a fire.
With the movie sequel "It Chapter Two" set to hit cinemas early next month, it has been suggested that the appearance of the sinister Pennywise doll may be part of a promotional exercise.
One way or the other however, it certainly is creepy.
Source: NJ.com | Comments (12)