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What would you do if a spooky clown doll mysteriously appeared in your backyard? For Renee Jensen of New Jersey, the only logical approach was to burn the doll, sage her property and sleep with a knife.
Please book a flight home and prepare to spend the next several days rummaging around your parents' basement, because all that random stuff you owned in the '90s? Yeah, it's about make you rich. You know,