It seems like everyone knows somebody who grew up in a living situation or encountered something that was out of the realm of the ordinary. Whether they lived in a creepy house whose cabinets opened and shut in the middle of the night by themselves. Or maybe their furniture would be re-arranged while they were outside of the house or they'd hear strange noises in the middle of the night and hallucinate seeing family members walking down the stairs, even though they've been outside of the house for hours, there's always somebody with a crazy story that we convince ourselves has to be made up.
Because there's no way that ghosts and other spooky things like that exist, right? Or else we'd have some concrete evidence of it.
Illustrator Adam Ellis thinks he is being haunted by a murderous ghost. And after reading his Twitter thread about it, you might end up agreeing with him.
The first time Ellis saw the ghost, it seemed like just a (terrifying) sleep paralysis vision.
One where Ellis was able to see his vision clearly enough that he could draw it later.
But the vision was INTENSE.
And it wasn't the last dream on the subject, either.
Holy moly. Okay, this is all terrifying, but just as long as he doesn't ask Dear David three questions, he should be fi—
In the dream, I say, "Dear David, how did you die?" He mumbles, "An accident in a store."— ˗ˏˋ ᴀᴅᴀᴍ ᴇʟʟɪs ˊˎ˗ (@moby_dickhead) August 7, 2017
YOU HAD ONE JOB, ADAM!
Of course, he goes down a rabbit hole looking up information about Dear David.
Oh, like you were going to get off THAT easy. David's a ghost, dude!
AHHH IT IS TOTALLY DEAR DAVID.
Um, RIP, and thank you for the very spooky Twitter thread.