A woman who claims to have sexual encounters with 20 different ghosts during the past 11 years is now in a ‘pretty serious’ relationship and is reportedly hoping to start a family with her ‘new lover ghost’.
Amethyst Realm, 30, has recently revealed how she turned her back on men to ‘have sex with ghosts’ 11 years ago.
The UK-based spiritual guidance counselor claims to have recently met a special ghost – the love of her life – during a trip to Australia.
‘One day, while I was walking through the bush, enjoying nature, I suddenly felt this incredible energy. I knew a new lover had arrived,’ Amethyst told New Idea.
The woman further revealed that she is unable to see her ghostly lover but they still communicate. She added that the ghost returned to the UK along with her and they are going strong for the past 6 months.
‘It’s pretty serious. In fact, we’ve even been thinking about having a ghost baby. I know that sounds crazy but I’ve been looking into it and I don’t think it’s totally out of the question,’ she told.
Amethyst once before revealed that she no longer has romantic relationships with men in an interview with ITV’s This Morning.
The woman told her first paranormal sexual encounter happened around 11 years ago when she had just moved into the house of her fiance.
‘It was kind of like a weight, I felt a pressure on my thighs. At the same time physical breath, and stroking,’ she told Holly and her co-host Phillip Schofield.
Amethyst added that the ghost deliberately showed its physical form to her fiance so as to apparently show him that she was ‘cheating’.
‘I think it was in love with me too and it wanted me to end the relationship,’ Amethyst explained.
The hosts were stunned when the counselor further claimed how she could tell her ghostly ‘lovers’ apart. ‘You can always feel the difference, it’s the same with different humans, they have different energies,’ she said.
Phillip commented: ‘Once you go ghost you never go back…’
Amethyst’s case of ‘sex with ghosts’ isn’t a unique one and Christopher French, professor of psychology at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and co-author of Anomalistic Psychology: Exploring Paranormal Belief And Experience says such cases can be explained easily.
‘Sleep paralysis is common — 20 to 40 percent of people say they’ve experienced it — and is the state between sleep and wakefulness when you realize you can’t move.
‘In a smaller percentage of the population, you get associated symptoms that can be very scary. One that’s commonly reported is a sense of a presence — something or someone in the room with you.
‘You can also get hallucinations where you see dark shadows or monstrous figures, you can get auditory hallucinations — you hear voices, footsteps — and also tactile hallucinations.
‘You can feel as if you’re being held, you might feel as if someone is breathing on the back of your neck, you can feel as if you’re being dragged out of the bed.
‘During a normal night’s sleep, you go through different stages and it’s REM sleep that’s associated with vivid dreams.’