Coulrophobia is a fear of clowns.
A specific fear of clowns has sometimes been discussed in terms of a specific
phobia. The term coulrophobia has been coined in the context of informal "-
Coulrophobia definition, an abnormal fear of clowns. See more.
Although the fear of clowns develops most of the time during childhood, it is
prevalent among adult population too, even if a big number of adults would deny
Willie had apparently taken over his personality as he had those of Kelly's father and grandfather. In the decades that followed, killer clowns
have become a part of our human mythos. Interestingly, the circus clown
can be just as scary as the killer clown
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Aug 6, 2013 ... Clowns are terrifying — that's pretty much a given. Even children, to whom they're
supposed to appeal, are said to dislike them instinctively.
Apr 20, 2012 ... Are you scared right now? Symptoms of coulrophobia, the fear of clowns, can
include sweating, nausea, feelings of dread, fast heartbeat, crying ...
With Rick Ganz, Jacqueline Reres, Mark Lassise, Carl Randolph. An artist with
coulrophobia ("fear of clowns") is stalked by a murderous clown resembling one ...
Sep 29, 2015 ... In recent years, films such as Stephen King's It have highlighted those fears, but
clowns have played uneasily on the public consciousness for ...
The word Coulrophobia means a persistent and irrational fear of clowns. It
possibly originates from Greek Kolon meaning stilt or stilt-walkers which are often