Till death do us part and then some. Amanda Teague from Drogheda, Co. Louth, had married the ghost of a Haitian pirate who was executed for being a thief on the high seas but married bliss .

A 45-year-old woman from Co. Louth who married the ghost of an 18th-century Haitian pirate has announced that she has split from him after less than a year of marriage.

Amanda Teague from Drogheda, Co. Louth, traveled to international waters back in January 2018 to marry her pirate partner Jack through the means of a medium, after telling the spirit that she was no longer happy to just have casual sex.

Teague, who has five children from a previous marriage with a living man, believed she had found her “soulmate” in Jack, who was executed over 300 years ago for theft at sea.

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Traveling to international waters to marry a ghost. Image: Amanda Teague.

Traveling to international waters to marry a ghost. Image: Amanda Teague.

The marriage was not to last, however, and she took to social media to announce their split. 

“So I feel it’s time to let everyone know that my marriage is over,” Teague wrote.

“I will explain all in due course but for now all I want to say is be VERY careful when dabbling in spirituality, it’s not something to mess with...”

The Louth woman, who works as a “Pirates of the Caribbean” Jack Sparrow impersonator, believes it was the pirate link that brought her own Haitian pirate to her. She even claimed the sex is better than with living men.

Having built up their relationship since 2014, the great sex wasn’t enough for Teague, however, and she gave Jack an ultimatum that she would need more commitment for their relationship to continue.

“I told him I wasn’t really cool with having casual sex with a spirit and I wanted us to make a proper commitment to each other,” she told the Irish Sun back in January 2018.

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The wedding party. Image: Amanda Teague.

The wedding party. Image: Amanda Teague.

“If I am going to be in a long-term relationship with somebody I have the right to be married.

“I wanted the big traditional wedding with the white dress, it was very important to me.”

Marriage to a ghost is legal in some countries, such as France and China, and so the couple traveled to international waters to ensure the legality of their marriage would be upheld when they returned to Ireland. Jack was represented by a skull and crossbones flag while his specially designed wedding ring was placed on a candle as his could not present a hand on which it could be placed. He also gave his vows with the help of a medium while a Shaman priest presided over the marriage.

“Obviously I can’t speak for him but there has to be verbal consent from both people,” Teague said.

The wedding ceremony. Image: Amanda Teague.

The wedding ceremony. Image: Amanda Teague.

“If I gave consent on his behalf it would put a question mark over the authenticity of the marriage, so we had an independent medium to speak for Jack.”

The couple went on to honeymoon in Ireland before returning to Teague current home in Downpatrick. She claimed that before their split, the couple would go on date nights to dinner and to the cinema, while he ensured she always received a Christmas and birthday present by sending a message to one of her daughters about what he’d wish to buy.

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