A woman who claims she is in love with the ghost of a Victorian soldier says that he's now giving her the silent treatment after she went to the media about their romance.
OK, there's a heck of a lot to unpack there, but the main message is that 38-year-old singer Brocarde - who lives in Oxfordshire - claims to have been in a relationship with a spectre called Edwardo.
Now though, he's taken the hump after she went public about their affair and isn't talking to her.
She explained: "I truly feel like I'm being ghosted by a ghost,
"Edwardo seems furious with me since I've gone public with our romance - he's gone completely cold.
"Usually his presence surrounds me with a warmth but now a cold breeze follows me around the house.
"He's costing me a fortune in heating, even with a fire roaring and the thermostat on full blast it's like the Antarctic - I've had to resort to sleeping in a ski suit and a bobble hat and when he touches me it feels like shards of ice piercing my soul.
"There's an unsettling vibe everywhere, it feels like death. Or maybe I'm just dead to him.
"I went on This Morning to share my experience of Edwardo, [but] I don't think he approved as the words "I'm Gone" appeared in the steam on the shower door that evening."
Worryingly, the ghoul has also apparently become physically violent with her.
She continued: "I can sense his anger. I've felt myself being pushed across the room and he's pushed me to the floor on one occasion.
"I've tried to communicate with him via candlelight but he no longer flickers the flame - it just blows out."
Now, with Halloween approaching, she's keen to rekindle their passion.
Brocarde added: "Halloween is like Valentine's Day for spirits so I'm going to write a song and perform it to Edwardo on the evening of Halloween.
"I'm going to light a hundred candles and scatter rose petals, I may even cook him some typical Victorian dishes to win back his heart - maybe some sheep's trotters or a boiled calf's head, if I can find that in my local supermarket.
"If not I'll have to stick to something more simple like a stew or a soup, although I fear it will pass straight through him.
"Either way, I'll be sure to get the drinks in - he seems like the kind of ghost who would enjoy a glass of port."
Obviously, she understands that many won't understand what she's on about.
On ITV, she told hosts Dermot O'Leary and Alison Hammond: "I was sort of taking myself back to a time before this happened and if someone said I'm in love with a ghost, I've been visited by this spirit...
"I can understand if people are sceptical.
Still, she has no regrets about her decision to enter the relationship, or the end of it.
Brocarde said: "I don't think any man should control your emotions or decisions, even a ghost. I was trying to make sense out of this series of paranormal events and talking about it has helped me but I wanted it to have some sort of conclusion so I hope he has more to say.
"Initially I thought he could be trapped between two worlds and wanting to get a message to the world but after his reaction maybe he thrives off of secrecy and privacy and wants me all to himself."