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Woman calls off wedding with ghost after he ‘kept disappearing’

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Her fiancé totally ghosted her.

A British woman who claims she got “engaged” to a ghost has now called off the wedding because he “kept disappearing” and started “partying” too much.

“We’ve called the wedding off,” Amethyst Realm, 32, said on UK TV show “This Morning.” “He just completely changed.”

Realm said she fell in love with a “sexy” spirit named Ray during a trip to Australia in 2018 — and even consummated the relationship on the flight back home.

The paranormal Casanova later popped the question on their nine-month anniversary, and things were going well until a recent vacation to Thailand, she said.

“I think maybe he fell in with a bad crowd when we were on holiday. He just started becoming really inconsiderate,” Realm said in the out-of-this-world interview.

It was suddenly as if he didn’t know boo about romance, she told the show.

Hopefully, she doesn’t get ghosted. A British woman who claimed…

“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,” she said.

“I think he started doing drugs and partying a bit much.”

Ultimately they both agreed not to tie the knot.

Her story sparked some spirited comments on Twitter Wednesday — with one observer quipping, “All men are bastards. Even ghost ones.”

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