People are terrified after watching a woman's video detailing a 'creepy dream that came true. You can see for yourself in the clip below:
TikTok user Gina Soave explained that after she'd moved into a new house, she had a very specific dream about a little girl - and the information turned out to be true.
On the very first night in the brand new home she'd recently bought with her fiance, Gina Soave dreamt she was in a playground when she was approached by a little girl.
The child took hold of both her hands and asked: "Can I show you something?"
In the dream Gina then found herself back in her new home where the girl opened a cupboard door to reveal a red rosary bead necklace.
When Gina woke up the next morning she checked the same cupboard and found the necklace!
She said: "As soon as I woke up in the morning, I instantly went to the closest to see if it was there or if it was literally just a dream, and it was literally sitting in the exact spot that she said it was."
Gina said she had never seen the little girl from the dream before and didn't recognise her or her Dad - who also made a guest appearance in the dream.
According to Gina, the cupboard in question was empty as the couple had literally only moved in that day and had brought their bed and a couple of chargers.
What they didn't know when they initially bought the house is that someone had actually died in the home, although they only found out this pretty important detail after signing the paperwork for the property.
Whilst Gina said it did 'kinda freak her out', she wasn't scared about living in the house and put it out of her mind.
Well, not until she had the premonition dream.
As views of the video racked up, people were quick to voice their opinions, with one TikTok user saying: "Omg Gina nooooo move out!!"
Another commented: "Nope bye."
If you're interested in supernatural stories, Gina claims she has so many more spooky tales to tell about her new house.
Definitely something to look out for.
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