Creepy clown returns after spooking UK town – and has ‘message for the nation’

A creepy clown that has been stalking a village is back and has a "message for the nation."

The masked character, wearing a Stephen King Pennywise-style outfit, has created a game "for the country to play in" after previously leaving riddles and clues for people in Skelmorlie, North Ayrshire and across Scotland to solve.

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In a video, he – if it is a he – has highlighted a number of landmarks across Scotland and is urging people to visit them and take pictures of their "scariest faces" as part of a creepy game.

The Duke of Wellington statue in Glasgow – well known due to the iconic traffic cone on its head – is one of the hotspots, along with Edinburgh Castle, Ben Nevis and Loch Ness. The games are expected to run up to Halloween.

Addressing their identity in the latest video, the clown rhymed: "Many have tried and all have failed. The Skelmorlie clown will never be unveiled." A previous game saw villagers find a small black cash box with a mirror inside with "clown" written on it.

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A Facebook account for the Skelmorlie clown has been set up with the name Cole Deimos. The profile says the character "studied at Clown School" and lives in Skelmorlie.

Those that know the identity of the clown – who seemingly first appeared in the village two years ago – are so far keeping their lips sealed as to who’s behind the mask.

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