Many people on this planet have experienced 'wet dreams' while they've been asleep. The unconscious orgasm can happen during lucid dreaming or even just as a person is waking up. However, one woman from Shropshire, UK, has taken the idea to a completely different level.

Sian Jameson reckons she's had sex with a ghost while living in a 16th century cottage.

The 26-year-old was renting the property in Aberystwyth, Wales because she wanted to get some space after a break-up with a long-term boyfriend.

She recalls the night where she woke up and saw a 'good-looking man', dressed in a 'loose white shirt, a neck scarf and old-fashioned breeches' just casually lying next to her in bed.

Sian tells 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."

She says he resembled a portrait that was hanging above a mantelpiece in the cottage and his body was 'soft and light'.

Incredibly, the 26-year-old claims the sex was the best she ever had. Sucks that her previous lovers have been outdone by a dead bloke.

Sian went to sleep in his arms, but this ghostly lover was nowhere to be seen when she woke up. A few nights later, he apparently reappeared for another sexy encounter.

The third and final time, 'Robert' tossed the concept of 'love-making' out of the window, according to the 26-year-old.

"It was night time and I was just drifting off to sleep. All of a sudden, the duvet slid off me and I could feel a cool hand running up my thigh, under my night-shirt," she says.

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"I sobbed after he'd left that night. I guess I had fallen in love."

Yes, Ms Jameson had fallen in love with a ghost.

Cue 'Unchained Melody', because Sian is well and truly hooked on her ghost romance.

She doubled-down on her claims when she told her friends because they genuinely thought she had lost the plot.

Psychotherapist Tina Radziszewicz told the newspaper: "It's well known that particular types of hallucination occur during the transition from wakefulness to sleep (hypnagogic hallucinations) or from sleep to wakefulness (hypnopompic ones).

"Such hallucinations can be extremely vivid and bizarre, and can include tactile, visual and auditory."

Apparently, Sian is now dating a man (it should be noted that this bloke is, indeed, alive and not an apparition), who reckons it was just a dream.

But was it?

Sources: the Sun

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