Do you believe in ghosts? Well, even if the answer is a resolute “no,” you may find yourself swayed by the story of Dear David. New York cartoonist Adam Ellis claims that a young boy of that name has been haunting his apartment. And the spooky goings-on that the artist has shared with his Twitter followers are eerily convincing, too. Internet users are, however, always quick to say “pics or it didn’t happen.” But now Ellis alleges he has unnerving photographs to prove that the phantom presence is anything but a work of fiction.
Supernatural sightings are still surprisingly common among people of many faiths and none all over the world. In fact, there are countless claims that ancient structures are haunted – from the Colosseum in Rome to the Pyramids of Giza. Tourists and staff at the iconic Egyptian site have reportedly witnessed ghosts of both a pharaoh and the cursed pyramid discoverer Howard Carter. But apparently it’s not just world-famous historic locations that apparitions choose as hang-out spots.