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Counseller who claims she had sex with 14 ghosts is now engaged to one




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A spiritual guidance counsellor who told the press earlier that she has slept with over 14 ghosts after turning her back on living men and exclusively “dating” ghosts, has now revealed that she is engaged to be married to a ghost lover.

30-year-old Amethyst Realm told reporters months ago that she met her first ghost lover over 12 years ago, shortly after she moved in with her childhood fiancé – who promptly dumped her as soon as he heard about her affair with a ghost, no less.

The affair began one day when her fiancé was away and Amethyst decided to wear kinky lingerie to attract a ghostly presence she had detected in their spare room. Even though Amethyst recalled feeling unsure if she had come on too strongly, the plan apparently worked.

The counsellor told a shocked morning talk show host last year that she proceeded to have sex with the “ghost”.

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She recounted: “It was kind of like a weight, I felt a pressure on my thighs. At the same time physical breath and stroking.” When the This Morning show host asked her whether the encounter led to an orgasm, Amethyst claimed: “Yes, for me.”

Now, the counsellor from Bristol claims that she is engaged to a ghost and claims that she heard her nameless ghost lover’s voice for the first time when he popped the question during a romantic date last weekend after nine months of dating.

Telling reporters about the big proposal that went down in the Wookey Hole caves in Somerset, Amethyst said: “There was no going down on one knee — he doesn’t have knees. But for the first time, I heard him speak. I could actually hear his voice and it was beautiful. Deep, sexy and real.”

Amethyst added that she accepted the proposal and has allowed him to get her a ring he likes, although she hopes to receive a ring with an amethyst stone.

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For now, Amethyst is planning a countryside wedding and told reporters that their ceremony will include a ‘handfasting’ ritual in which the bride’s and groom’s hands will be tied together symbolising their union.

Amethyst is planning a big wedding and her friends and family are reportedly unfazed, telling the press that they are happy that she is happy.

Amethyst earlier revealed that she met ghost fiance while she was holidaying in 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 insisted that she has a real connection with her latest ghost lover and that she is able to have intercourse and communicate with the alleged ghost, even though she cannot see him and even though she isn’t entirely sure about the gender of the alleged spirit. She has further said that she and her ghost lover have even had sex in airplane lavatories.

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Claiming that her ghost lover followed her back to the UK six months ago, Amethyst claimed that they are now so serious that they are ready to take things to the next level: “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.”

Amethyst explained that she believes humans can carry ghost babies to term as she thinks such phantom pregnancies are caused by “ghost babies” trapped in human wombs: “I’ve done a bit of research into phantom pregnancies. There’s a possibility that it is a ghost in you but people don’t know how to carry it to full term.”Follow us on Social Media

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