Can we get married to a ghost? If your answer is no then you are wrong as a woman named Amanda Teague, of Downpatrick, Northern Ireland, got married a Haitian pirate named Jack who died 300 years ago. Yes, she revealed that she couldn’t find any ideal paramour and now she found love in a ghost who was a thief of seas in the 1700s. The 45-year-old’s friends and family members attended the wedding which was held in Irish coast. Reportedly, the newlywed couple spent the honeymoon in Northern Ireland. As per Daily Star report, Amanda found her “soulmate” and insisted that the couple is just like any other ordinary couple.

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They fight, go on dates and have a normal sex life. Amanda who works as Jack Sparrow impersonator revealed that she has never seen her husband in physical form. She also said that she imagines him and is similar to Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp’s character in the Pirates of the Carribean movie series). Her love affair with the ghost started one night in 2014 when she was lying in her bed and felt some kind of energy besides her.

She revealed that earlier she was not interested in making contact with the ghost until she realized that she can talk with him. She believes that he sits with her and watches TV. “He is my soul mate. I am so happy. It is the perfect kind of relationship for me. There are a lot of people out there who don’t know about spiritual relationships, but it could be right for them. I want to get the message out there,” Amanda told Daily Star.

“One day he said to me ‘We can actually be together you know’ but I had never heard of an intimate relationship between a spirit and a human before,” she added. She never had spiritual boyfriend earlier and after some research, she got to know that she was not the only one to have such relationship with a ghost. Amanda had been wedded before and has five kids with her ex-husband. What are your views on the same? Let us know in the comments below.