Woman Who Married 300-Year-Old Pirate Ghost Says They're Breaking Up

"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy" – wrote many years ago William Shakespeare. And this story will be the best example for that, according to some people at least.

If you are engaged in the spiritual world, we think that it's always important to never forget about common sense. Otherwise, you will end like an Irish lady from our story.


Amanda Teague is a 46-year-old women from Ireland, that was always interested in spirituality. She also always loved strong and wild men, like Caribbean pirates, so at one point she decided to combine these two passions by marrying Jack Sparrow, infamous pirate from an XVIII century.

And how she did that? Obviously, she didn't ask out Johnny Depp, that played his role in "Pirates from Caribbean" movie series. Brilliant as he was, always with a cig in his mouth (or something else to smoke), he surely couldn't measure with the real Jack Sparrow that Amanda "met" in 2014, during one of her "spiritual seances".

After a few months of extensive communication with Jack, she decided to marry him and live a happy life together. Like Amanda says – they even had some sexual encounters.


But these good times are all over now. Like she puts it in her own words: "Jack has turned what was a beautiful and loving relationship to something that is ugly." Poor Jack Sparrow. Even when being a ghost and dead for centuries, he is one to be blamed for all relationship problems with Amanda. She accuses him of sucking out all life energy out of her.

Just like before he was stealing what he could, now he does the same in the mental world.

"Arrrrr", said Jack in his defense, disappeared in the cloud of smoke, and the marriage ended as quickly as it started.

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