A journalism student staying at a hotel in Edinburgh found a chilling message in a drawer warning her not to open a locked door and to leave.
The weird message read: "Don't open the locked door! Don't trust its whispers! Leave, just lea".
Amy Jones seemed unperturbed by the creepy note and said she "slept well" after finding the note during her mini-break in Scotland.
She took to Twitter on Saturday night to post a photo of the message and the locked door it refers to.
The note began trending across the UK and was retweeted hundreds of times. Twitter users responded to Jones and one told her: "Open it! Open it! Open it!"
Another wrote: "If the door is locked, presumably you wouldn't be able to open it?"
For those worried if Amy made it out of the hotel, she posted a message on Sunday morning, saying: "To anyone asking if I'm still alive. Yes. I'm fine. I slept well and woke a couple of times for a sip of juice. There were no whispers."
One user replied: "I'm glad you're still alive - I would've left the hotel"