A woman has shared her unconventional tale of heartache after she was forced to call off her wedding as a result of her fiance's partying habits...

Who is a ghost, by the way.

Didn't I mention? This woman claims to have been wrapped up in a romantic affair with someone from the paranormal realm. (No, this isn't a badly written version of Ghost.)

She made headlines today after giving an eye-opening insight into what dating a ghost is like...

And gave the grizzly details as to why she and her spooky partner decided to call it quits.

Now, believe it or not, dating and falling in love with ghosts is an actual thing.

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Yep, there's an actual textbook definition as to why someone would choose a partner from the paranormal world as opposed to, say, someone they met in their local bar.

The condition is more formally known as "spectrophilia."

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Mark Griffiths, a psychologist who explores “addictive, obsessional, compulsive, and/or extreme behaviors" writes that "spectrophilia as a condition is probably real, even if ghosts themselves aren’t."

The condition can affect many people in different ways...

If you were ever intrigued by Thackery Binx, the ghost boy who became a cat in Hocus Pocus, or felt a stirring in your loins at the thought of Bruce Willis' gloomy scowl in The Sixth Sense, then you, my friend, have been struck by spectrophilia.

But, as is the case with these kinds of things, there can be more extreme cases of spectrophilia.

And this brings us to the story of Amethyst Realm.

Amethyst, a "spiritual guidance counselor" from Bristol, U.K, has always been open about her condition...

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And subsequently made headlines back in 2017 for her spooky love life.

At the time, she claimed to have had sex with over twenty ghosts.

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Good going, Amethyst. She explained how her intimate connection with the spiritual world started when she was just ten-years-old, saying that this was when she began to feel a spectral presence.

That presence must have had quite the moves...

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Because the relationship quickly became physical... In a spectral sense, that is.

In the bizarre interview, she went into quite some detail regarding her ghostly love life.

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She explained: "It started as an energy... 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."

Yep, told you it was weird.

Anyway, Amethyst has stayed relatively under the radar since her explosive confession... But now, she's back.

And she has an even stranger tale of paranormal love.

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Appearing again on the British morning show, This Morning, she told presenters, Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby about her latest love dramas.

There was a lot to pack in.

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She began by explaining that she and her ghost fiance, Ray, had broken up and called off their wedding after a 2-year romance.

When asked how things could suddenly turn so sour, Amethyst replied:

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"We've called the wedding off. It was going really well until we went on holiday [vacation] and that was about last May and then he completely changed."

It turns out even ghosts can be tempted by drugs and alcohol...

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Because Ray turned into a total party animal while they were vacationing in Thailand.

Amethyst was not impressed.

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She continued: "I think maybe he fell in with a bad crowd when we were on holiday. He just started becoming really inconsiderate, he'd disappear for long periods of time, when he did come back, he'd bring other spirits to the house and they'd just stay around for days."

Holly and Phil, visibly perplexed, asked Amethyst what could be the reason for the changes in Ray's behavior.

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"I think he started doing drugs and partying a bit much," explained Amethyst. "He used to come back and these spirits would stay for days at a time. There'd be crashing and banging and strange noises." Ghost house party, maybe?

Phil then inquired as to whether Ray was "partying in the spirit world, or partying in this world".

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"Well, he was partying in both, judging by him disappearing and then coming back to mine," concluded Amethyst.

Since her interview, people have been left totally and utterly perplexed.

However, while many have expressed concern for Amethyst's mental health, others think she is simply making the whole thing up for publicity.

You can watch a snippet of the interview here.

What do you think? Does Amethyst genuinely fall in love with ghosts? Or is the whole thing a pack of lies? To read more about terrifying paranormal encounters, keep scrolling...