Murderous clown spotted under bridge on Google Earth leaves users petrified

Chernobyl: Mysterious pile of bones appears on Google Earth

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The TikTok user ‘Hidden on Google Earth’ shared the creepy spot and compared it to the clown Pennywise from Stephen King’s famous horror novel ‘It.’ Since the video was shared on the social media platform, it has been viewed more than 1.3 million times.

Fortunately for Brits, the shadowy figure was spotted on the other side of the Atlantic under a highway bridge along the Cayuga Waterfront Trail in Ithaca, New York.

Viewers of the video have since reacted to it online.

One TokTok user wrote: “I’m never ever walking under a bridge again without thinking there’s a murderous clown lurking around, thanks for that.”

Another commented: “It looks more like the Joker.”

A third said: “Well now I know where I don’t want to go.”

One more worriedly reacted: “Not too far from my location!”

A fourth quipped: “Now I know where not to go.”

Another wrote: “I don’t understand how you find this stuff.”

The figures can be found on Google Earth, if you search for co-ordinates 42°26’35.24″N 76°30’49.09″W.

This is not the only interesting Google Earth spot capturing viral attention in recent months.

Neville and Sally Hollingworth used Google Earth to focus on a Wiltshire quarry – and came across something they did not expect.

They notice a graveyard of hundreds of intact creatures including starfish and sea lilies.

Sally said: “They are 167 million years old, these little critters, and the preservation is just amazing.”

Dr Hollingworth is an honorary research associate at the University of Birmingham’s school of geography, Earth and environmental science.

Dr Hollingworth said: “They were probably buried alive by mudflow, some sort of submarine landslide.

“All we’ve got is a snapshot, like a window back in time to what we call the Jurassic Pompeii.

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“That’s what I’m describing it as because all the animals died where they lived.”

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