Remember that weird bit in Ghostbuster’s where Ray (Dan Aykroyd) ends up receiving oral sex from a “hot” female ghost? Well, what if we told you that happened for real?
No, we’re not suggesting Aykroyd, a member of Hollywood royalty, has copped to getting hot and heavy with an actual spirit. That would be headline news around the world.
But a woman by the name of Sian Jameson from Shropshire claims to have got down and dirty with a ghost haunting a rental property she was staying in out in Aberystwyth in Wales.
And apparently they went all the way. Wow. This is going to be good.
The Sun reports that Jameson was staying at the property to clear her head after a particularly messy break-up. All normal so far.
However, one night she woke to find a “good-looking man” dressed in a “loose white shirt, a neck scarf and old-fashioned breeches” lying next to her. Most people would panic at this point but not our Sian.
Jameson told The Sun: “He was very gentle and stroked my body tenderly. During the love-making, I sensed all kinds of things about him – his name was Robert and he lived over 100 years ago.”
Hang on, “love-making”? What happened to the lost art of conversation? Kids these days…
Jameson claims the man resembled a portrait that also hung in the house and putting two and two together decided he must be some sort of ghost, haunting the property.
More importantly she claims he was the best lover she has ever had, which sounds like one massive f*** you to her previous partner.
The ghost returned for two more sex sessions before disappearing into nothing, as you’d expect. He’s not returned since though – did she start talking about the possibility of them living together or something?
“I sobbed after he’d left that night,” Jameson told The Sun “I guess I had fallen in love.”
Despite admitting such strong feelings, the 26-year-old has since moved on and met a living, breathing man. That bloke can’t be all that happy about playing second fiddle to a spirit/made-up apparition.
While there will be plenty of skeptics out there, Jameson can at least include Aykroyd among her supporters. The Ghostbusters actor has talked at length about how that weird ghost BJ scene in the film was based on “real” events. Okay Dan.
“In paranormal research that’s a common thing, ghosts doing sexual things to people,” he told Metro. “I have a friend who had three women visit him in a haunted house in Louisiana, and it was one of the greatest nights of his life.”