To celebrate this week's release of It, The Story Cauldron Podcast takes a look at the original 1990 miniseries that convinced a generation to fear clowns. Between Stephen King, H.P. Lovecraft, and a little diversion into Friedrich Nietzsche, all three guys remember plenty of childhood terrors - does that mean that we'll float too?
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"The Man Who Can Scare Stephen King," from American Heritage magazine on H.P. Lovecraft (with quotes from King throughout).
Information at the Lovecraft Wiki about Yog-Sothoth, the Outer God who Pennywise (and his "deadlights") most resembles.
Friedrich Nietzsche talks about the connection of pain and memory in his On the Genealogy of Morality, available here.