“Clown and his pet alligator”

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Horror  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: August 30, 2019

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Submitted: August 30, 2019



One night in Florida a married couple were driving down a side street on there way home with there baby daughter. It was around 12 am they took a shortcut but had to stop for gas luckily there was a gas station close bye. The dad got out of the car and pumped the gas. A few seconds  went bye as the gas was still pumping the mans wife screamed at the top of her lungs. 

The husband looked very concerned and taped on her window. His wife pointed towards the road. Horrified the husband turned around to see a horrifying site.... a clown. The man looked to be 7ft tall he was wearing polka-dotted pants  and a bunch of makeup. He was smiling and waiving to the couple. To make matters worse he had something in his hand. 

It was a chain with an alligator attached to the collar. The alligator looked to be 8 feet tall. The alligator was growling. The clown started to wave again and started singing “See you later alligator” the husband terrified could not go anywhere until the gas pump stopped. The clown and his gator slowly started to approach the car. The clown reached into his pocket and grabbed a rose and threw it on the hood of the car. A red rose. 

Then the clown looked at the alligator. The gas pump stopped. The husband ran as fast as he could to his car got in and pulled out fast. The clown watched as the car sped out of the gas station. 

The clown continued to sing “see you later alligator” as he dropped the chains and collar on the ground. The couple called the police to report what had happened. The gas station owner reported that morning a blood stain on the road and a hand was on the road. He didn’t know what to do. 

But he heard stories about this clown. The clown was indeed a danger and rumors had it he had a pet gator but this story came to a tragic end as the alligator had eaten the clown alive.

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