Ghost Sex, Anyone?
Just in time for Halloween, a review of my paranormal ghost erotic romance “An Unexpected Guest” and a news story about a scam involving a lawyer, a client, and his dead wife’s “ghost”. Plus an older ghost story that will raise your eyebrows.
Check out these two bizarre ghost/sex stories. The first one is new. I suppose the grifter tried to have sex with the widower and “channeled” his dead wife. Now that takes chutzpah!
Lawyer Accused of Impersonating Client’s Dead Wife
The National Law Journal
September 07, 2010
In what could be a first, an Arizona attorney may face disciplinary action after an investigation found that she told a client she was channeling his dead wife, then lied about it during an unrelated disciplinary proceeding.
An Arizona Supreme Court hearing officer recently filed a report on the conduct of Charna Johnson, who began representing the client in 1999 in divorce proceedings after meeting him in a ballroom dancing class. The client’s wife committed suicide the following year and Johnson handled the probate matters.
Within days of the death, Johnson began telling her client that “his deceased wife Jan had ‘come’ to her and that Jan’s ‘spirit’ was ‘inside’ her and that she could communicate Jan’s thoughts,” according to the report. The client testified that Johnson pressured him to have a sexual relationship, although she told the investigator that the references to sex were coming from the deceased wife, not herself. The report recommends Johnson be suspended for six months.
This second one is a couple of years old. I’ve heard of men and women believing they’ve had sex with ghosts, but most often they are called incubi or succubi. These critters have been around for eons and they are nasty. Don’t mess with them. They are also most often the same creature. A succubus (female form) has sex with a man and takes in his semen. Then, the creature turns into the male form (incubus) and has sex with a woman, ejaculating the semen into her. Rinse and repeat with another man. Pretty bizarre legend isn’t it? I wonder what kind of sick people came up with stuff like this in centuries gone by?
Apr 19 2008
At 4:02 p.m. April 10, two women went into the Federal Way police station claiming that over the past two years, a paranormal person has been placing sensors on their bodies and visiting them in their house at 28600 block of 25th Place South. They said that the ghost has been having sexual intercourse with them. One woman said that these incidents started in Kent and continued when she moved here. The other woman said that this just started now.
I had heard of women claiming to have been attacked by ghosts, but it was surreal to see such a matter-of-fact article about it in a local newspaper. Have you ever seen the movie “The Entity”? It’s a 1981 flick about a woman who was repeatedly raped by a ghost in front of her husband and children. The movie was slammed by critics when it first came out because it was rather explicit, but it became a cult favorite. It was supposedly based on the real life astral rapes of Carla Moran. Whether Moran actually exists has been up for debate for years. I’ve seen a reality show that supposedly interviewed her and had shown pictures of the astral being that had raped her, but the jury is still out on whether or not the woman actually exists. The movie was remade in Japan and was slated to be released in 2009 but to my knowledge it hasn’t been released yet. I’m curious to see it. Can’t wait until it comes out on DVD.
I simply love ghost stories, even the ridiculous ones but especially the scary ones. I had to try my hand at ghost stories and I did just that with my novel “An Unexpected Guest”. I just received a lovely review of this book. I also wrote a novel with more ghosts entitled “The Haunting Of The Sandpiper Inn”. I based that one on my stay in a haunted bed and breakfast on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. There was a very loud party in the room next to me late at night and I heard heavy footsteps in the hallway early in the morning at about 3 a. m. The problem was I found out the next morning was that I was alone in the house all night long!!
The story of the Revolutionary War era house was that the owner, who ran it as a brothel, kept the British soldiers from burning down her house by allowing them to use the premises – and take advantage of the house’s special hospitality – in exchange for not burning the place down. The ghost of the owner supposedly roams the halls at night checking on her guests to make sure they are comfortable. I never felt in danger or scared at this lovely home. It was a real treat and I’d like to return some day.
So if you like ghostly fiction you’ll like my two novels. For more information, drop by my RomanceWiki page.
I hope you enjoy my books, which are perfect Halloween reads. And enjoy the ghost stories. Turn down the lights, light some candles, pour some claret, and scare yourself silly.