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Reality Stars Claim ‘Ghost’ Violated Them

posted: 02/15/17
by: Sasha Brown-Worsham
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Two British reality stars claim that a "sex ghost" is haunting their hotel rooms. British paralympian Kadeena Cox and retired rugby star Gareth Thomas are two of the celebrities competing on "The Jump," a British show where famous people try their hands at ski jumping.

The season's first episode aired last week, but the two stars claimed what happened off camera was way scarier.

During the episode, Cox reportedly asked for a new room after allegedly being sexually violated by a ghost. Emma Parker-Bowles, the Duchess of Cornwall's niece, said on the show that Cox "was penetrated" by some sort of paranormal entity. Thomas said the same.

"She had a ghost going in and out of her. She had a sleep thing," he said, according to the Sun. "She wishes it were a person... It was going in and out of her body."

What. The. Heck?

Apparently, this is a thing. There are those for whom "ghost sex" is a fantasy. They are called "spectrophilliacs." Oh yes.

Though many say these are simply hallucinations, whether they are real or not, they cause enormous fear and trauma to people who have experienced it. So it's not funny at all from that perspective. Whatever happened in that hotel room, it sounds intense and scary and wrong.

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[via: Huffington Post]