Woman says she has had sexual encounters with over 20 ghosts & will never go back to dating human men.

December 9, 2017

 

 A  Bristol, England woman claims she not only sees dead people but has sex with them. The lady appeared on British TV  show where she was interviewed on her more than supernatural experiences.The woman who is named Amethyst Realm, is a  27 year old spiritual guidance counselor and claims to have  had sex with at least 20 ghosts. She Amethyst says she prefers getting ghosted then to be with real men.Realm said she had her first sexual experience with a ghost 12 years ago when her and her fiancee moved into a new house. She said she could feel the presence of something in the house upon first arrival and moving in. 

 Amethyst said “It started as an energy, then became physical,” she told hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby. “There was pressure on my thighs and breath on my neck. I just always felt safe. I had sex with the ghost. You can feel it. It’s difficult to explain. There was a weight and a weightlessness, a physical breath and stroking, and the energy as well.”Realm said she had an affair and slept with the ghost for three years until her real life husband came home and saw the shadowy shape of a man through the window of their house. That's when relationship conflicts started to arise and the couple was divorced. Since the breakup, Realm says she’s had sexual relationships with 20 ghosts.

 When asked how the encounter was Realm said that she did orgasm and that is felt like a big weight had been lifted off her. She hopes to also one day become pregnant by one of the supernatural beings and says she plans on never dating human men again. psychotherapist Tina Radziszewicz said it’s very possible that ghostly sexual encounters are actually a type of hallucination that occurs during the transition between wakefulness and sleep.“Such hallucinations can be extremely vivid and bizarre, and can include tactile, visual and auditory,” Radziszewicz told the Mirror. “Stress, anxiety, depression and trauma can make people more prone to this form of hallucination.”

 

 

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