SINISTER CLOWNS backstory
National Hockey Centre now stands tall and proud, but it wasn't always like that. Before the construction of the stadium, the land in the 1950s was home to a circus carnival show on the farmlands. The circus was a staple in Albany the northernmost suburb of Auckland and brought joy and entertainment to the people for many years. But one fateful night, everything changed.
It was a warm summer evening, and the circus was in the middle of its performance when a fire broke out. The cause of the fire remains unknown to this day, but it quickly spread, engulfing the entire circus in flames. Over one hundred circus workers and spectators were trapped inside, and there was no way for them to escape. The tragedy was devastating for the small northernmost suburb of Auckland.
But the horror didn't end there. The spirits of the circus workers and spectators who died in the fire now haunt the land where the circus stood. They say that the spirits are trapped in this world, unable to move on because of the violent and tragic way they died. They seek revenge on the living and anyone who enters the stadium at night risks being possessed by the evil beings that haunt the place.
Many people have reported strange noises and ghostly apparitions in the stadium. Some say they have seen clowns with burned faces, still wearing their circus costumes, wandering aimlessly around the grounds. Others have claimed to have seen nameless demons lurking in the shadows, their eyes glowing with an otherworldly fire.
The community have tried to forget about the tragedy and the stadium, but it is impossible to ignore the eerie feeling that seems to linger in the air. The stadium has been open for many years, but the spirits that haunt the place are still present, waiting for their next victim. They are the ones who are responsible for the eerie clowns and demons that people saw on the night of the fire.
The spirits are drawn to the energy of the living, and they feed off the fear of those who dare to enter the stadium. They can be found hiding in the darkest corners, waiting for their next unsuspecting victim. They will do whatever it takes to protect the land that was their final resting place, and they will never rest until they have exacted their revenge on the living.
National Hockey Centre is now a place of terror and darkness, a place where the evil beings of nightmares come to life. The spirits of the circus workers and spectators who died in the fire will never rest until they have exacted their revenge on the living. And so, the stadium remains a place to be avoided, where the dead still lingers, where evil beings will always haunt your nightmares.