Scary clowns are delivering 'screaming telegrams' to people in San Francisco for Halloween

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Wednesday, October 7, 2020
'Screaming telegrams' by scary clowns in SF
Scary clowns for hire: Creators of Haunted Vault at the San Francisco Mint building have come up with another terrifying idea for Halloween in the form of "screaming telegrams".

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The popular Halloween haunt at the San Francisco Mint building won't be happening this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Instead the twisted minds of famed San Francisco drag performer Peaches Christ and David Flower Productions have come up with another terrifying idea in the form of "screaming telegrams".

You can send one of the Terror Vault clowns to your friend or foe and they'll deliver a socially distant personalized message designed to make them scream.

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According to Into the Dark Productions, " a scary clown will arrive on-site to surprise the recipient with a song, some balloons, and a nightmare-inducing scream!"

You can also add-on extras.

"One of the things I love about this is that every time someone orders a screaming telegram they're supporting an unemployed Bay Area actor and helping us to bring back Terror Vault in 2021," said Peaches Christ.

This is for anyone 18 and older. The $50 "screaming telegrams" are only available in San Francisco during the month of October.

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