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The butterfly effect: How an indecent proposal in 18th century Bath led to the creation of the “killer clown” craze

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How an 18th century indecent proposal led to a Norfolk clown epidemic.

Taken from issue thirteen of Delayed Gratification (Oct-Dec 2013), available to order at the DG Shop.

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