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Watch these ‘killer’ clowns scare people in Las Vegas — VIDEO

Halloween is less than six weeks away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get into the spirit now — with a few “killer” clowns scaring people around the Las Vegas Valley. 

Matteo Moroni, the famous prankster behind DM Pranks in Italy, teamed up with Fright Dome-owner Jason Egan to spread some holiday cheer. Together, they set up “crime scenes” with creepy clowns nearby and waited for some poor soul to walk into it. 

In the video, the clowns hang out in a gas station, the long hallways of Circus Circus and even in an ambulance behind the hotel-casino. Each time an unsuspecting person or group walks into the scene … and promptly runs away. 

And it’s hilarious.

Check it out above.

Contact Kristen DeSilva at kdesilva@reviewjournal.com. Find her on Twitter: @kristendesilva

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