Some people love 'em, others are scared silly by them. The urban legend of the clown statue falls into the scary category and has been making the internet rounds for at least a decade. And even though this tale has never been proven real, stories of killer clowns are based in fact. A number of variations on this urban myth appear. So they called their most trusted babysitter. When the babysitter arrived the two children were already fast asleep in bed. So the babysitter just got to sit around and make sure everything was okay with the children.
Snopes needs your help! Learn more. A clown statue that spooked a babysitter turns out to be a knife-wielding intruder hiding in the house. A couple with children were trying out a new babysitter. About an hour after they left for a night on the town, they realized they had forgotten to give her their cell phone number, so one of them called her.
The babysitter and the man upstairs — also known as the babysitter or the sitter — is an urban legend that dates back to the s about a teenage girl babysitting children who receives telephone calls from a stalker who continually asks her to "check the children"  The basic storyline has been adapted a number of times in movies. A teenage girl is babysitting at night. The children have been put to bed upstairs and the babysitter is downstairs, watching television.
The scary clown statue story is an urban legend about a babysitter who finds herself alone in the house with a creepy statue of a clown. A few years ago, there was a wealthy couple who had two young children, a boy and a girl. The family lived in a large house in Newport Beach, California.