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Digital Subscriptions > Skeptical Inquirer > May June 2019 > Scrutinizing the ‘Bad Clown’ Idea

Scrutinizing the ‘Bad Clown’ Idea

Bad Clowns. By Benjamin Radford. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press. 2016. ISBN 978-08263-4666-6. 188 pp. Paperback, $24.95.

Who disturbing and ho could mischievous dangerous, knew be so interesting? naughty and the bizarre wayward clowns From to jester, it turns out, makes for a fascinating topic of study. With his wildly fun and surprising book Bad Clowns, Benjamin Radford wipes away the greasepaint and skillfully illuminates the weird world of clowns gone wrong. He makes it clear up front that he has no animosity toward clowns of any ilk. Radford simply wanted to understand this strange human phenomenon.

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