Most of us are first introduced to the supernatural when we hear about ghosts as kids. Usually this happens whilst we are watching TV, or when a mother indicates dressing up as one at Halloween because, y’know, it’s a good way to save money on a decent costume.
Us humen are fascinated by ghosts, and the afterlife in general. Although there is no absolute scientific evidence that ghouls exist, there have been countless reports of sightings over the years and, since the invention of photography, questionable appearing spectres are to be found in images. My mom has always been a great believer in the supernatural, and when I was about eight years old, she made the rookie error of telling me a bedtime story that left me unable to sleep for months. It was about a ghost called the Grey Lady. According to my mom, she saw the Grey Lady whilst retrieving from an operation. Legend has it that she was once a nurse who worked at the hospital and killed himself after making a fatal blunder. She reportedly appears whenever there’s a crisis. Another story that resulted in me running into my parents’ bedroom crouching was about my granddad. He’d worked as a gravedigger, and my mom, failing to learn from the Grey Lady incident, told me about something creepy that had happened to him. Seeming back, this was her style of trying to convince me that an afterlife exists. She told me that one night my grandpa’s puppy, who usually happily went with him to the graveyard, refused to go anywhere near its gates after assuring something he couldn’t. But now New Yorker Adam Ellis, pictured above, has claimed to have evidence of something a lot more frightening than whatever spooked my grandpa’s dog and the Grey Lady. There’s a demonic newborn haunting his apartment, and he’s got the pictures to prove it! Adam hasn’t simply revealed that there’s a demonic newborn haunting his apartment, he’s gone as far as to say they’ve got a name, and it’s as a terrifying as you’d expect it to be. The demonic newborn is apparently called “Dear David”. Adam decided to take to social media to share the haunting with the world, and now thousands of people are eagerly awaiting his updates about what Dear David has done next on Twitter. “The first time I watched him, I was experiencing sleep paralysis and ensure a child takes part in the green rocking chair at the foot of my bed, ” Adam wrote. “He had a huge misshapen head that was dented on one side. I did my best to draw it.” “So, my apartment is currently being haunted by the ghost of a dead child, and he’s trying to kill me. He started appearing in dreams, but I think he’s traversed over into the real world now, ” Adam wrote on the seventh of August. “For a while he only stared at me, but then he got out of the chair and started shambling toward the bed. I couldn’t move because I was paralyzed.( I have sleep paralysis fairly often. It sucks .) Right before he reached my bed, I woke up screaming.” “I had another dreaming a few nights afterwards, where I was in a library, and a girl came up to me and said,’ You’ve find Dear David, haven’t you? ‘” the New York native wrote. Ascertained to prove that it was more than simply a figment of his imagination, Adam began to record supernatural happenings in his apartment at night. Pictured below is one of Adam’s cats staring at a glass which has just moved of its own accord: The haunting eventually get so bad that Adam decided to move into the apartment above the one he had been living in an attempt to escape Dear David’s totalitarianism, but it was to no avail. When he moved into the new apartment, his cats went to his front door at midnight, causing him to believe that there was something supernatural on the other side of it. This is sounding freakishly like what happened to my granddad! “If David is going to kill me, maybe I can at least get proof on my phone, ” he eventually concluded. Adam posted the resulting photograph on Twitter on the seventh of November, and to call them scaring “wouldve been” putting it mildly. To make matters worse, the New York man hasn’t any updates on the narrative since posting these paintings which, as much as I don’t want to believe it, could be evidence that Dear David has finally succeeded in his mission to kill him. However, it’s more than likely that he’s simply been spooked into stillnes. But it turns out that not call ghosts are as evil as Dear David. A “ghost man” was seemingly caught on camera saving a little girl’s life: We hope that Adam eventually find sense and calls in the only people equipped to deal with this situation … You can keep up with the tale by following Adam’s Twitter.
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