The Ghost Fetish, Spectrance! This one was hard to translate, since the fetish technically includes a whole subgenre. Putting the phrase “paranormal” in front of any other fetish makes it about ghosts, i.e. paranormal bondage or paranormal trichophilia. Spectrophilia also has ties to the succubi and incubi myths, at least as far as science and psychology are concerned.
The amorphous Spectrances are nocturnal creatures, and skilled mimics of most animal life. While their natural forms closely resemble jellyfish, they can disguise themselves through psychic manipulation and careful reshaping of their body. By streching out their tendrils or unfurling a long sheet of skin from within itself, they can mimic the general shape of any being they come across. From here, they use their minds to mimic the thoughts of their prey, often taking the form of someone they know. Through this unique form of hypnotism, they come off as passable copies of whatever they need. Looking into the dark spots on Spectrance’s “head” allows it better control and access to your thoughts. Since they lack proper mouths, the creatures feed through two long sucker-tipped tendrils. These often serve as “hands” in the creature’s disguises. These suckers leech blood off any point of the body they can, and leave a distinctive “five-mark”.
There are many ways to tell a Spectrance and a real person. Spectrance disguises will have darkened eyes and mouths, often holding their arms or legs foward, and never speak (since Spectrances have nothing to speak with). There is a distinct whisper in the air, a side effect of their hypnotism. But most importantly, a Spectrance can always be spotted by the white triangular organ on their “heads”, which is their main method of looking into the minds of other beings. This triangle appears on every disguise they make, since it needs to be revealed while working its hypnotism. A good hit here will force a retreat from the Spectrance, and reveal its true form.
Spectrances often make their lairs in graveyards, memorials, and other similar places where memories spring forth naturally. They are considered pests in public meeting places, but graveyard keepers are happy to have them around, as they keep wild animals from eating memorial gifts and flowers. Spectrances are actually very easy to train, as they abhor the color red, and avoid it at all costs. Red triangles have been used as a ghost repellant for ages, and aside from the occasional nip or two, Spectrances are relatively harmless.