Adam Ellis haunted Ghost video make you believe in Ghosts
Adan Ellis whose earliar twitter threads which has created a fear among the people who ever has seen or read, Has come out with another video which will surely make you believe in them.
However we at ayupp do not confirm the authenticity of the viral post on the twitter. Yet his tweet and video has been seen by lakhs of people.
Bringing you the entire set of tweet and video of Adam Ellis and his haunted story.
I made a Storify of all my Dear David threads for easier viewing. I'll keep it up to date. https://t.co/NcZm0ZXXTJ— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 16, 2017
For everyone asking—yes, I'm alive! I'm just not home much during the week. I promise I'll keep you all updated should anything happen!— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 31, 2017
I just went and checked and the blue chair is back where it's supposed to be? pic.twitter.com/8Z1R14ipiG— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 29, 2017
Wait, wtf. Someone just pointed out that one of the blue chair in the background disappears in the second video. pic.twitter.com/mhlslwwzlV— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 29, 2017
Yes, I know it's weird to own a turtle shell, but my family lives in Montana and I picked it up last year at a native trading post. pic.twitter.com/9rECEv7iYh— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 29, 2017
Here's the feed of that alert. pic.twitter.com/6FHmUyIRBx— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 29, 2017
Watch the chair. pic.twitter.com/jXtIxpkVxD— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 29, 2017
So I watched the feed again. Still nothing. I watched it a third time, and finally noticed something.— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 29, 2017
It also alerts you to sound and movement via an app. (I blacked out the company, since I doubt they want to be associated with ghosts) pic.twitter.com/sp4ZwFHDp6— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 29, 2017
So, I moved the green chair out of the bedroom weeks ago. It's been in various parts of the living room ever since. (thread) pic.twitter.com/aqq5RTjiRj— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 29, 2017
Text message of Adam Ellis
There have been a few small developments in my apartment, but I'm not really sure what to make of them. I just know I'm scared. (thread)
If you recall, my cats usually gather at the door at midnight, but lately it's been getting earlier and earlier every night.
I was almost used to routine, so when they started to cry at the door closer to 10 pm, I was confused.
They began a new routine: hover around the door at 10 pm, cry for about 15 minutes, then wander off as if nothing's wrong.
But this week, something else has been happening.
Shortly after the usual cat stuff, around 10:30 or so, I start getting phone calls from an unmarked number.
My entire call history for the past week looks like this. You'll notice that I answered once, yesterday. pic.twitter.com/nozoMffWHs— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 26, 2017
Since this has been happening for days on end, I thought it might be an automated telemarketer or something.
Usually if it's an automated thing, if you answer once, they quit calling. So I picked up.
I didn't say anything. I just listened, waiting for some automated message to chime in.
Instead, what I heard on the other end was a peculiar electrical static sound, very similar the the static my sleep app picks up at night.
After about a minute, the static stopped, and there was silence.
I kept listening. I heard what I thought was breathing, but it was so faint I can't be sure. My heart was racing, so it was hard to hear.
Then, just as I was about to hang up, I heard a very small voice whisper, "hello."
Something about the way they said hello freaked me out. It wasn't a question, or a greeting.
Just, "hello." A flat statement. So quiet I could barely hear it.
I panicked and hung up. I didn't know what else to do. I closed all the curtains in my apartment and turned on every single light.
I watched TV until dawn because I was too scared to go to sleep. I sort of feel like I'm losing my mind.
If I look at each individual incident on its own, there are perfectly logical explanations for everything.
But after three weeks of weird shit happening, I don't know how to make sense of it all.
The only thing I feel like I can do right now is write everything down. So that's what I'm doing. And that's what I'll keep doing.