Hollywood actress Natasha Blasick (star of ‘Paranormal Activity’) has recently claimed to have enjoyed having sex with a ghost.
Natasha Blasick told British TV program This Morning that the experience was “really really pleasurable”.
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Natasha Blasick told This Morning hosts Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley the spectral attack had a “calming” effect on her when it was suggested the encounter would have left her screaming the house down.
Ukrainian actress Natasha added: “I guess I’m the kind of girl that enjoys this sort of thing.”
Detailing the first — of two — sexual encounters with the ghost, Natasha explained: “I was in a room, at home, by myself.
“I was laying in bed and then I felt something enter the room and I couldn’t see anybody.
“I could feel that somebody was touching me and the hands were pushing me against my will and I could feel the weight of the body on top of me.
“I couldn’t see anybody but I could feel the pressure, the energy, the warmth pushing in different directions.”
She continued: “The first time I was very confused by all of that but then I just decided to relax and it was really, really pleasurable. I really enjoyed it — this is what happened.”
Laughing, Natasha confirmed the phantom partner didn’t say ‘thank you’ after sex and just took its leave.
She also affirmed that the ghoulish congress had been penetrative.
“As a child I always wanted to know if there was something more to this world. This [experience] did answer some questions for me,” she added.
Psychic Patti Negri, a strong believer in spectrophilia, denied the non-consensual experience constituted assault because this world is “our realm of existence”.
“People become victims because they allow themselves to be. All you have to do is claim your power,” she said.
Married Natasha also added her husband, a sceptic, was unconcerned her supernatural relations could be considered as ‘cheating with Casper’.
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