Pennywise-decorated Jeep gives Kentucky commuters a fright

A wall mural of Pennywise the clown from the movie "IT" painted by Scott Marsh is seen on Cleveland street wall in the suburb of Chippendale on August 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia.

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A wall mural of Pennywise the clown from the movie "IT" painted by Scott Marsh is seen on Cleveland street wall in the suburb of Chippendale on August 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia.

This "clown car" offers chills instead of chuckles.

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A Kentucky man whose hobby is elaborately decorating vehicles has come up with a Halloween creation that is drawing more than a few gasps.

"I get screams. I've had people praying to Jesus," Andrew Johnson told WLKY.

Johnson has decked out his Jeep with Pennywise, the evil clown from Stephen King's "It" novel and film. The Jeep's body has been adorned with fake blood splatter, and Pennywise can be seen in the driver's seat, complete with his trademark red balloon.

When asked why he has chosen such an unusual hobby, Johnson told WLKY it's a lot of fun and that he shows off the Jeep at charity benefits.

In years past, Johnson has decorated vehicles with "Resident Evil" and "Fortnite" themes, WLKY reported. You can see more photos of the Pennywise Jeep on Andrew's Jeep Creations Facebook page.

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