Amethyst Realm, a year-old "spiritual guidance counselor" in England, says sex with ghosts is much better than sex with men—and she should know because she's made love with at least 20 ghouls. I just always felt safe. I had sex with the ghost. You can feel it. It's difficult to explain.
A few weeks ago, Paranormal 2 actress Natasha Blasick made news for claiming to have had sex two times, actually with a ghost. Blasick first shared her story on This Morning , a popular British daytime talk show with a real verve for oddball guests and overwrought set design. I could feel the energy, I could feel the warmth Blasick nods, somewhat hesitantly.
As the winter solstice draws near, and the curtain between the mortal realm and the spirit world grows thin, we should not be surprised to see a sudden influx of reports of women having sex with ghosts. In , a woman named Sian Jameson told the Sun that she had a sexual encounter with a handsome ghost in a remote Welsh cottage, following a traumatic break-up with her boyfriend. At first he visited her in a series of erotic dreams, then materialized beside her.
While 'Spectrophilia' is commonly used interchangeably to mean 'ghost sex' or 'sex with ghosts,' the true definition refers to the attraction between humans and ghosts. To get the low down, we spoke to expert Mike Huberty, who runs a haunted tour company called American Ghost Walks. Spectrophilia has two definitions: One is the attraction between humans and ghosts, and the second is the attraction to objects seen in mirrors, explains Huberty. The two meanings might seem vastly different at first, but considering that the second definition refers to arousal brought on by something that isn't really there, it makes more sense. Since spectrophilia refers to just the attraction of humans to ghosts, yes.