Three Nights in the Clown Motel
Before IT… Before Pennywise… Before anyone thought to peek into the sewer drains… There was the Clown Motel.
At the height of the outbreak of “creepy clown” sightings around the world, author David J. Schmidt travels to the remote Nevada desert. His mission: to spend three nights in the haunted Clown Motel. The reality is more frightening than he could have imagined:
An Old West graveyard right next door to the motel, where locals swear they have seen strange lights and figures at night Unexplained sounds and poltergeist activity in the motel’s rooms Hundreds of clown dolls in the lobby, some of which move on their own
Join the author for three sleepless nights in this terrifying motel, culminating in a midnight walk through the cemetery—alone. If you weren’t afraid of clowns before reading this book, you will be soon.
This is the stuff that nightmares are made of.
About David J. Schmidt (San Diego, California Author)
David J. Schmidt is an author, podcaster, multilingual translator, and homebrewer who splits his time between Mexico City and San Diego, California.
Schmidt has published a variety of books, short stories, and articles in English and Spanish. His English-language titles include such works of “non-fiction horror” as Three Nights in the Clown Motel, and Holy Ghosts: True Tales from a Haunted Christian College, as well as The Tiny Staircase series, devoted to the mysterious and the unexplained. His Spanish-language books Más frío que la nieve: cuentos sobrenaturales de Rusia and Tunguska: luces en el cielo sobre Siberia were published nationwide in Mexico.
Schmidt is the co-host of the podcast To Russia with Love. He speaks twelve languages and has been to 33 countries. He received his B.A. in psychology from Point Loma Nazarene University.