Fight your way out of the killer clowns purge night 2016 by fighting back against these terrifying characters. Luckily, killing scary clowns has become a spectacle that is not only entertaining but very much legal.
UK has found a way to release the ever-growing frustrations that killer clowns caused. Since August this year, the appearance of these characters has created a looming fear and a wary public. To date, there is still a growing distaste for clowns in general especially in UK, US, and Australia.
Killer Clowns Purge Night 2016: Let’s Shoot Some Clowns!
What better way to celebrate the spooky season than a good old killer clown killings?
A genius idea from a South London paintball center enables frustrated victims to shoot down and hunt clowns. UK Paintball‘s killer clowns purge night 2016 rebuttal takes the form of a clown hunt. It’s hunters equipped with a gun and paintball, the hunting grounds a 50-acre woodland.
Londoners can enjoy the spectacle from Halloween until a week after. Depending on the reception to the activity, there is a possibility to extend the clown hunt.
Though the activity will obviously be tiring, it is at the same time rewarding. What better way to vent your killer clown purge night 2016 frustrations than a good old paintball shooting? The best thing is, with £12.99 you can enjoy an entire session.
Killer Clown Hunters Out for the Kill!
While this is the most advisable way to go with regards to clown hunting, some opt for a more aggressive take on the hunt. Residents in the US and Canada has taken the clown hunt seriously and is out for the kill– literally!
Despite police’ active involvement in regulating clown scares since they first started appearing in August, some just have had enough of these pranksters.
In the Canadian-American border, The Global Sun reported an incident of a man dressed as a killer clown shot dead. According to the report, the news has yet to be released in public.
Several incidents have been reported as well as videos shared of the killer clowns being hunted. A number of Facebook groups has also emerged with the sole purpose of hunting clowns. Though these groups are usually hidden to the public or removed after a short period, there has still been a strong support for them. Some groups even get up to 15,000 likes and members.