‘Dear David’, the viral Twitter thread about a ghostly tale that will hit theaters

On August 7, 2017, Adam Ellis () was encouraged to tell, through a Twitter thread, the story of ‘Dear David’, a ghost boy who appeared in his dreams and tried to murder him. His story, at that time, went around the world. Today it is close to reaching the cinema. To know more about it, read this note in its entirety.

According to the man from Brooklyn (New York, United States) in the red socialThe first time he saw the little boy he was experiencing sleep paralysis. The youngest was sitting in the green rocking chair at the foot of his bed. “He had a huge misshapen head that was dented on one side.”, stated and then attached a drawing that he made to show his appearance.

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WHAT IS ‘DEAR DAVID’ LIKE?

This is Adam Ellis’s drawing of the boy. (Photo: @adamtotscomix / Twitter)

“For a moment he stared at me, but then he got up from the chair and started crawling towards the bed. I couldn’t move because I was paralyzed. Just before I got to my bed, I woke up screaming “, he remembered. Then he indicated: “I had another dream a few nights later, where I was in a library and a girl came up to me and said, ‘You’ve seen dear David, haven’t you?’ I was like, ‘Who?’ And she said, ‘Dear David. You saw it’. She continued: ‘He’s dead. He only shows up at midnight, and you can ask him two questions if you said ‘Dear David’ first. Then he added: ‘But never try to ask him a third question or he will kill you.’.

ADAM ELLIS QUESTIONED ‘DEAR DAVID’

Before long, Adam was dreaming of the boy again. There he asked how he died and this muttering told him that he lost his life in an accident in a store. Then he asked the minor what exactly happened at the premises. The little boy replied that they put a shelf on his head. Frozen with fear, he asked her a third question: “Who pushed the shelf?”. David did not answer him.

“The next few days I Googled the deaths in the city, but found nothing about a boy named David dying in a grocery store. I even try different names: Daniel, Dylan, Devon. Any. A few weeks pass without incident. Randomly, the apartment above mine is vacant and I have the opportunity to move into it. It’s a bigger apartment so I’m excited ”, he counted. “A month or two go by and I forget about Dear David. I think he lost track of me because I moved upstairs. But lately something strange is happening. For the last 4 nights, my cats gather at the front door at exactly midnight and just stare at it, almost as if something is on the other side. Last night I had a strange sensation and I looked through the peephole, and I am completely sure that I saw movement on the other side. When I opened the door and turned on the hall light, there was nothing, but my cats looked nervous. Bushy tails, etc. “, Adam sentenced that August 7, 2017.

ADAM ELLIS’S CATS LOOKING AT THE ENTRANCE DOOR

Adam Ellis also shared this image to show how his cats acted.  (Photo: @adamtotscomix / Twitter)
Adam Ellis also shared this image to show how his cats acted. (Photo: @adamtotscomix / Twitter)

‘DEAR DAVID’ WILL REACH THE BIG SCREEN

On that date and in the days after, many users of Twitter they took the time to read their entire story, making it very popular. Because it generated so much impact, it is now turning into a supernatural thriller. BuzzFeed confirmed that they will team up with Lionsgate again to make ‘Dear David’ their third joint production. John McPhail will lead the project. As for the script, this is written by Mike Van Waes. Filming is expected to begin at any moment.

“’Dear David’ is a terrifyingly creepy and sensational story that will translate perfectly to the big screen. It achieves our goal of reaching millennials and Gen Z audiences around the world by raising new contemporary and authentic voices. “said Lauren Bixby, vice president of co-productions and acquisitions at Lionsgate, according to Deadline.

Richard Alan Reid, Director of Global Content and Head of BuzzFeed Studios, also spoke: “Ellis’s story captivated audiences across the Internet and created a passionate, global fan base that has been waiting for the film adaptation. We can’t wait to bring this long-awaited and heartbreaking story to the big screen next year. “

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