, The Shining
, and 1408
are all reasons motels and hotels are extremely high on the creepy factor, but what’s the one thing that could make them so much scarier? Clowns. Yes, not just a clown, 100’s of them that haunt one specific motel known as The Clown Motel.
The name of the motel is pretty self explanatory and should be enough reason to not check into this motel but there have been guests and their stories are disturbing to say the least! The Clown Motel is situated
between Las Vegas and Reno, in the town of Tonopah, a town that is known for nothing more than this hotel and is mostly used to fuel up by travelers passing by who are totally unaware of the haunting that lies just a few miles away.
To truly understand how clownish this motel really is, you need to know the details, like the fact that the hotel rooms are themed to famous clowns, because who doesn’t want to go sleep with a portrait of Bozo starring you down? There’s the lobby that has more clowns in than any room should ever have! But if you want to know what it’s like to spend a night in the motel, this is the story of a guest that he posted on
. This gets graphic.
“At one point early in the evening, we were hearing strange sounds and what appeared to be someone screaming followed by lot popping and crunching noises. While in the bathroom my buddy decided to have a peak outside of the bathroom window. My buddy lets out a yell and busts out into the room and I'm like "what?!" He doesn't say anything but goes right to his back and gets his Smith and Wesson 357 out. I'm thinking "what the $%#" and I dig into my bag to get my Sig 232 out. He says we need to get the %@#& out of there right now. I saw he was serious and that made me serious about it, we grabbed our $#!^ for the most part (left a few clothes behind) and looked out the peep sight to make sure it was clear to our car. I threw my gun into my pocket, he put his in his waistband, and we hauled ass to the car and got the hell out of there. On the ride away, I asked what he saw in the bathroom. He told me when he looked out the window there was this creepy-ass clown facing away from the window, pants at his ankles, making a weird motion. He told me the clown slowly turned 90 degrees to look at him, my friend said he looked down to see this clown $#@%ing a full-sized dinner ham, when he looked up from the ham $^@!ing the clown was smiling and waving at him.”
So if you ever find yourself in Tonopah and fancy spending a night with the likes of Steven Kings in It or the Poltergeist clown, you know exactly where to go! Oh and don’t forget the Christmas ham.
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