They also dress up their scarecrow with some of the circus clothes - which would turn out to be a big mistake.
Turns out the garms are haunted, as young Linda soon discovers when the scarecrow comes to life as it creepily changes position before menacingly sticking its tongue out as it manages to pull itself off the spike it's attached to.
A chase is well and truly on as the scarecrow follows Linda who runs back into the house.
\u201cAustralian children\u2019s television series \u2018Round The Twist\u2019.\u201d
Locking the door, Linda looks out the window to see where the possessed scarecrow has gone, when suddenly it appears creating a jump-scare as it bangs on the door.
Then in an insane move - and despite being made just from straw - the scarecrow smashes the window by jumping through it and lands on the floor.
Grabbing Linda's leg from under the bed, a follow-up tweet continues the scene where the scarecrow then chases Linda as she ran down the spiral staircase.
In a bizarre move, the scarecrow channels its inner skater boy and it uses a piece of the wood door to glide down the steps with ease.
A truly wild sequence of events for children's telly.
The first clip has been shared by @horror4kids on Twitter and has received over 20,000 likes from adults who are all in agreement that this scene scared the life out of them in their childhood and was also the reason behind their fear of scarecrows.
\u201cThis whole series was pure terror.\u201d
— George McConville (@George McConville)
\u201cThere's whole bunch of Aussie 90s kids in therapy because of this show.\u201d