Randlett's 'House of Carnage' brings in the clowns
“Bring in the clowns,” a voice echoed in the darkness.
Clad in white, black, red and blue face paint of his own, Randy Green ushered in a procession of clowns to a nearby coffin. Inside lay the remains of another clown — taken too young. Demon clowns, classic clowns, disfigured clowns — all horrific in their own right — moved in menacing silence over to the coffin where they leaned down to pay their respects. In the distance, Eldritch horror Pennywise could be seen paying his own respects to his fallen clown brother.
When an average human stumbled into the proceedings, each slowly turned their heads to look at the intruder. This was not the place to be. The clowns of the House of Carnage were not taking visitors and were more than willing to create some carnage of their own.