You might be familiar with Adam Ellis, an illustrator who went viral after relating a story about encountering a haunting in his home, a story called "Dear David" that is ongoing on Ellis's Twitter account. Maybe you don't believe in ghosts and are convinced this is just a prank, but it doesn't matter: Ellis tells a good story.
For those of you aren't up-to-date on the saga, what have you been doing?! Just neglecting the Internet? I have deeply horrified, but also have tremendous respect for you. In any case, we'll get you to speed; there's a small, dead child living in this haunted apartment, and he's apparently determined to kill Ellis. It all started with some seriously freaky and deeply disturbing dreams, and what Ellis suspected was sleep paralysis. Eventually, Ellis has a dream about a little girl who told him how to deal with the deformed ghost dubbed Dear David, and apparently there were a lot of. rules when it comes to dealing with the dead kid; he can only come after midnight, and if you see him, you can ask him two questions as long as you begin with "Dear David." Ellis later tried asking Dear David questions, but accidentally asked a third question, and basically all hell broke loose. It's been a mess ever since then.
Anyway, Ellis recently gave us a post Thanksgiving update on "David," the little boy with the crushed skull (!!!) who supposedly haunts him. Apparently, David has left behind some convenient artifacts proving his existence, and though it may be a bunch of baloney, it will def give you the creeps:
HELP! David is coming to get me and he wants to play marbles!! I can't wait until the other shoe drops.
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