I have begun reading the famous book, It, by Stephen King. It begins with a boy named George Denbrough, and his older brother William, but commonly known as stuttering Bill. Bill was sick with influenza on the day Georgie died. It had been many days of heavy rain, and George got his older brother Bill to help him build a paper boat. It sights multiple occasions of how George feared monsters, creepy locations like the cellar beneath his house, and even the dark. While following his paper boat that his brother had specially made and waterproofed for him, down the current of water in the corner of Jackson Street. When the book fell into a sewer drain, which clearly upset Georgie, who exclaimed, "Bill's going to kill me". This is where the author introduces the monster, Pennywise, the dancing clown.