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Fear is a natural response to a disturbing or threatening situation. When a fear becomes irrational, it is known as a phobia.
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A specific fear of clowns has sometimes been discussed in terms of a specific phobia. The term coulrophobia is a neologism coined in the context of informal ...


Oct 14, 2016 ... Dean Burnett: Despite their efforts, people are scared of clowns. It's because they trigger fear reflexes deep within our brains.


Horror · An artist with coulrophobia ("fear of clowns") is stalked by a murderous clown resembling one of the ones she paints.


Coulrophobia definition, an abnormal fear of clowns. See more.


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  ...


Feb 10, 2017 ... Many people suffer from true coulrophobia, the fear of clowns. Even without a full- blown phobia, everyone seems to agree that clowns are just a ...


Sep 5, 2017 ... The fear of clowns dates back years, with comedic clowns being featured in theatre in medieval times and continued into Shakespearean times ...

Jan 4, 2013 ... I just don't understand the fear of clowns. They're just people in makeup and costumes that entertain children, young and old. Is it because they ...


Sep 19, 2016 ... Do cheery clown faces creep you out? You aren't alone. It is estimated that 12 per cent of American adults have a phobia of clowns. The fear is ...