She's made of plastic, and of course cannot talk - but that doesn't stop Murray from feeling that he has a profound relationship with the doll.
Speaking to ABC, he said:
"If one had a complete choice you would rather have a real woman but that's not always available to people."After my divorce I was very unhappy. I was very depressed, I was close to suicidal.Loneliness was encroaching quite significantly and I thought well this maybe is a way out."If I come home from shopping," he said, "she's here, in the house. Thank God the house isn't empty."
He added: "It doesn't even feel silent. You talk to them. You are talking through your issues, your life, your highs, your lows, your joys, your sadnesses. Whatever. It just helps."
Murray also went into detail about his sexual relationship with the doll.
He said: "Depending on what wig the doll will put on, depending on what clothes she's wearing, depending on what perfume, what mood she's in, will depend on the type of sex we have."It'll be totally different one day she'll be into BDSM, another it'll be: 'Hold me close and cuddle'."