Adam Ellis who lives in New York, twitter post has gone viral after he claimed he saw a ghost of a dead child trying to kill him.

He wrote: ‘So, my apartment is currently being haunted by the ghost of a dead child and he’s trying to kill me.’

For a while he just stared at me, but then he got out of the chair and started shambling toward the bed,’ he said. ‘Right before he reached my bed, I woke up screaming. ‘ He added.’

‘He’s dead. He only appears at midnight, and you can ask him two questions if you said “Dear David” first,’ ‘But never try to ask him a third question, or he’ll kill you.’

He mistakenly asks a third question before waking up petrified. He researches online looking for boys who died in stores in the city but finds nothing.

Adam eventually moves into a larger apartment upstairs from his own and months go by without any sight nor sign of the ghost Dear David until suddenly his cats began acting strangely.

He said, ‘For the past four nights, my cats gather at the front door at exactly midnight & just stare at it, almost like something is on the other side,’ ‘Last night I got a weird feeling and looked out the peephole, and I’m dead certain I saw movement on the other side.’

He took photos through the peephole, which she shared with the thread claiming he is ‘certain’ he saw something moving. He also shared a video of one of his cats staring intently at his front door, meowing.

He also added that he dreamed ‘where David was dragging him by the arm through an old abandoned warehouse.’

He woke up with a large bruise on his arm, but assumed that it was the injury that sparked the dream, rather than the other way around.

But then on his way to get coffee he passed a usually busy warehouse that had suddenly been abandoned. In the middle of the room was a single green chair.

He also revealed that faint ‘faces’ have been appearing in photos he has taken and that his cats’ nightly date with the door has become earlier every night. 

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