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New Jersey homeowner Renee Jensen has spent the last 24 hours racking her brain trying to figure out how Pennywise, the menacing, child-eating clown monster from the 'It' movie franchise, ended up outside her house.
The 42-year-old divorced mother of two was relaxing with her boyfriend, Alex Papazian, outside their Harrington Park, New Jersey home around 3pm on Saturday when they both caught a glimpse of something descending onto the property.
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'All of a sudden we saw it come through the tree line across the yard without hitting one tree and clear the top of the gate at an angle,' Jensen told the Daily Mail via Facebook Messenger.
Jensen said she read Stephen King's 'It' novel many years ago, but hasn't seen any of the films because she 'hate[s] horror flicks.'
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So she didn't immediately recognize the cartoon incarnation of the Pennywise character, depicted with a fake blood-soaked face and its signature creepy clown makeup and outfit, when it landed outside her backyard's side gate.
The plush doll made of cloth also had some weird, cult-like symbols written on its forehead.
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'I turned it over and saw the face and let go of it immediately and yelled for Alex,' Jensen said.
The couple called police who arrived later that evening and searched the property for clues, finding none.
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Jensen said she asked the officers to take the Pennywise doll with them before they left, but the patrolmen declined.
'We asked them if they wanted it. They said "no,"' she said, adding that the officers did a 'great' job helping her at the scene. 'It wasn't part of an actual crime so I guess they didn't feel the need...
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