This Morning: Woman calls off wedding to ghost after he turns to drugs

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A woman has called off her wedding to a ghost after he fell into a bad gang and started taking drink and drugs while they were holidaying together.

Amethyst Realm joined Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on today’s episode of This Morning where she lifted the lid on her heartbreak, explaining that she called things off with Ray and used sage to keep him at bay.

‘We’ve called the wedding off,’ Amethyst said. ‘It was going really well until we went on holiday and that was about last May and then he completely changed.

‘I think maybe he fell in with a bad crowd when we were on holiday. He just started becoming really inconsiderate, he’d disappear for long periods of time, when he did come back, he’d bring other spirits to the house and they’d just stay around for days.’

Phil asked whether or not Ray offered any explanation to the change in his behaviour, to which Amethyst responded: ‘I think he started doing drugs and partying a bit much.

‘He used to come back and these spirits would stay for days at a time. There’d be crashing and banging and strange noises.’

Amethyst called things off with her ghost fiance Ray (Picture: ITV)

An intrigued Phil then demanded to know where exactly Ray was partying it up.

‘Was he partying in the spirit world or was he partying in this world? he asked.

‘Well he was partying in both, judging by him disappearing and then coming back to mine,’ Amethyst replied.

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Amethyst first made headlines in 2017 after declaring she had sworn off men with pulses and was only having sex with ghosts.

She announced her engagement to Ray in 2018, but worried she’d scare him off if she talked about having babies.

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.

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