These are the kinds of times when it would be really good if the Ghostbusters were real.
BuzzFeed staffer Adam Ellis is being haunted by the ghost of a dead child named Dear David and the story will make you pee your pants.
This is legit, people. Ellis wrote on BuzzFeed, "For the past couple months I've been dealing with a ghost. It's gotten bad enough that I fear for my safety, so I decided to write everything down in a Twitter thread, in case I go missing. I've added some images for dramatic effect, but everything here is 100% real."
Yeah. Real and TERRIFYING. The whole spooky story is below.
Ellis starts out real casual, so as not to immediately arouse panic.
“So, my apartment is currently being haunted by the ghost of a dead child and he’s trying to kill me. (thread)”
Could you imagine if this wasn’t a thread? If he just left it at “Oh yeah, I might die”?
Luckily, there's much much more to this story.
You know it’s bad when dream spirits cross over and become real world spirits. The haunting has begun.
If you don’t know, sleep paralysis is a real thing. It makes you unable to move your body either when falling asleep or waking up from sleep, you can experience hallucinations, and it’s scary as hell, especially if you’re seeing a small child rocking in a chair at the end of your bed.
This is super scary no matter which way you slice it.
Bad dream? Still awful.
Real haunting? Even worse. This is a lose-lose situation.
NOPE NOPE NOPE.