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Clowns scare children most in hospital

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Clowns sent in to children's hospitals to cheer them up actually scare them more than anything else.

Most children surveyed in a research project funded by the UK's Economic and Social Research Council said they did not find hospital scary, but even teenagers said creepy clowns should be kept in the circus.

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