Twitter Ghost Tale Soon To Be Made Into A Film
A writer narrated how he had a real ghost in his apartment tormenting and even trying to kill him via Twitter. His ghost story about a little boy who was haunting him got a lot of attention and is going to be adapted into a film.
The writer, Adam Ellis attracted a million followers on Twitter after his narrative about the ghost boy who he called Dear David.
The producer of the horror film It will produce it for New Line Films.
The Twitter narrator has admitted that he has gotten backlash from concerned parents who have expressed their displeasure at the narrative.
He even gave an illustration of what the ghost boy looked like
The feature film is described as being a “high concept horror-thriller” but there are few other details.
Ellis, who is an illustrator and former contributor for Buzzfeed, drew a picture of what Dear David looked like – a child who had an indent on his head apparently caused by an accident.
He had a huge misshapen head that was dented on one side. I did my best to draw it: pic.twitter.com/AJizlw7qXe
— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 7, 2017
He recently admitted a lot of parents weren’t happy with him via Twitter in a post: “You wouldn’t believe the number of angry emails I get from moms telling me I’ve given their kids nightmares and I should be ashamed of myself.”
You wouldn't believe the number of angry emails I get from moms telling me I've given their kids nightmares and I should be ashamed of myself.
— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) September 2, 2018