Laugh, Clown, Laugh!
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Clown dolls are great; I love antique bisque dolls dressed as clowns and
jesters, and I will always include them,Mardi Gras masks, and circus figures in my
collection of dolls.
The Nebraska Klown Museum is on my bucket list, and I recommend the million piece
miniature circus at The House on the Rock, and The Circus Museum, Baraboo, WI.
So, send in the clowns. I'm not afraid. Wicked people masquerade in innocence all the time.
Look at The Bad Seed, and Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked this Way Comes. Clowns, like the
group Clownin Grannies that teaches scripture and goodness are still around, clowns are still there to make us laugh, and to forget our troubles, not to cause them.
Anyone with unwanted clown dolls, send them to Dr. E's Doll Museum.