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World's First Phobia Workshop to Combat Killer Clown Fears Launches This Halloween

- Killer clown craze returns for second year running
- Five million Brits suffer from coulrophobia (fear of clowns)
- Harley Street hypnotherapist offers guarantee to overcome fears

Killer clowns are back to terrorise the nation once again, but for the 12% across the UK who have coulrophobia, this time of year represents more than a one-off Halloween trick.

Clown phobia can usually be managed through simple avoidance, but with images of clowns covering the media, in light of killer clowns making a comeback, unnecessary angst could affect the five million Brits who suffer from clown-induced anxiety. Even Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, Johnny Depp and P Diddy are among those affected... Read more

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