"Dear David" Twitter Story is the New Bloody Mary...and It Is Terrifying!
Something spooky is going on in Adam Ellis’s New York City apartment.
The Art Institute of Boston grad, who now works for Buzzfeed as a comic artist, has gained wild notoriety on Twitter — as well as 240,000 new followers — for his nail-biting accounts of the “ghost” that’s currently haunting his abode.
The now-viral tale of “Dear David” started with a Twitter thread on Aug. 7, in which Ellis stated nonchalantly, “So, my apartment is currently being haunted by the ghost of a dead child and he’s trying to kill me.”
If you are not familiar with this ongoing saga, definitely click the link below to familiarize yourself. Adam Ellis, a popular internet comic artist, has been chronicling his trials and tribulations involving a haunted apartment. Apparently after having nightmares about a dead boy with a dented head, this boy has begun to stalk the Art Institute of Boston grad, making his life absolutely terrifying, and Twitter a whole lot more interesting.
I'm not going to go as far as to say that this is completely legitimate. This man is an artist, and he may be using some of his innate creativity to scare the living shit out of the Twitter universe, thereby increasing his follows and popularity. However, the story itself is very compelling and if it is true, it is the stuff of nightmares. Either way, I'm am simultaneously glad that I can continue to enjoy the free entertainment, and even more glad that some shit like this isn't happening to me. Check out the link below and form your own opinion on the matter. I do recommend that you read this during the daytime. I woke up at 4:00 am for no real reason today, and effectively spooked myself out by stumbling upon this story while the sun was still down. The scariest part: This is still happening and you can follow along in real time.