If you hear about a floating Pennywise with red balloons, not on the TV screen, but literally floating down your backyard, what is the first thing you’d do?
Answering this question, a lot of people would probably come up with taking up their smartphone to snap some awesome pictures. But wait until you experience the thing firsthand as to how this New Jersey lady and her boyfriend did.
Renee Jenson lives in New Jersey’s Harrington Park borough and was enjoying the sunlight with her boyfriend when it happened. They never thought living off the country road in a secluded area will let them see a nightmare literally floating on top of their head.
What sent them a shudder was the thought that this doll went through the thick forest all the way there.
“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,” said Jensen.
On a glimpse, the doll seems harmless with its big yellow eyes and fluffy inside. But it had evil scribbling on its head, enough reasons for Jensen to promptly call the police. The police were also creeped out, so they decided to set it on fire – after three failed tries! – and finally had it turn to ashes.
She knew that was a joke and everyone is pretty much in the know about the upcoming ‘It: Chapter Two’. Still, she couldn’t really laugh in relief.
“I didn’t want this thing on my property. I know people think it’s crazy but…it’s creepy.”
So, she slept with a knife beside her after taking some sage to walk her entire property.
Stephen King didn’t waste this opportunity whether it’s to market or creep everyone out.
Andy Muschietti’s sequel to the successful ‘It’ is about to hit the theater and he’s been highly praised for following very closely to the book and executing horror and disgust in just the right portion. It’s arriving in theaters on September 6 and check out the trailer for ‘It: Chapter 2’ here.
And no, no one is interested to float anywhere in any sense.