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Woman splits from her 'ghost pirate' husband

July 24, 2019 | Comment icon 56 comments



'Jack' had allegedly died centuries ago. Image Credit: sxc.hu
Amanda Teague claims that her 300-year-old significant other was an 'energy vampire' who tried to kill her.
The remarkable tale was recently featured on the UK TV show 'This Morning' where Teague explained that she had posthumously married her pirate husband 'Jack' during a ceremony at sea.

"I had started on the road of spirituality in 2010 after my son died," she said. " I really wanted to know what was out there and it gave me a link to the other side."

"I've never heard Jack or seen him in a physical spirit and it was only five years after I started doing the mediumship that he presented himself - we just started to talk a lot."

Soon however, she began to question the decision to marry the spirit.
"The first time that I noticed anything was a couple of months after we got married, my health started to decline," she said. "Lots of bad luck started happening to me... This went on for almost two years, to the point where I ended up with sepsis last year and almost died."

The reason, she believes, was because Jack was in fact an "energy vampire" who "bled her dry".

"I realized that it definitely was him I had an exorcism in December of last year," she said.

You can view the full interview for yourself in the video below.



Source: Manchester Evening News | Comments (56)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #47 Posted by pixiii 3 years ago
I felt bad for her originally as soon as I'd read that part, but then†her story rapidly†descended into something that could only resemble†a†slippery slope that there's no coming back from,†with the rest of her story!††
Comment icon #48 Posted by highdesert50 3 years ago
LOL ... sit next to me and I will have you leading the event!
Comment icon #49 Posted by Calibeliever 3 years ago
Joking aside (I know, tough right?) all of her symptoms could be explained by black mold, carbon monoxide poisoning or several other environmental causes. Those toxins can also induce mild hallucinations. Couple†with a desire to 'believe' and whala: ghost.†
Comment icon #50 Posted by ScotDeerie 3 years ago
Or just the simple Bat**** Loonball Gene.† I don't think we have to dig too deep for a cause here. Some folks have more than their share of neurons that don't fire right and they seem intent on sharing them with EVERYONE.
Comment icon #51 Posted by ScotDeerie 3 years ago
The ex that's a ghost?† I find myself looking forward to it.† I wonder when the phantom pregnancy and Jerry Springer paternity episode will happen?
Comment icon #52 Posted by TashaMarie 3 years ago
If you read the article this is actually quite sad.† In my opinion she needed/needs counselling in order to cope with the loss of her son and the Ghost pirate husband was her detaching from reality I hope she gets some help after this and not ridicule.
Comment icon #53 Posted by Matt221 3 years ago
Perhaps it was his idea to split up because of"those pesky kids"
Comment icon #54 Posted by ThereWeAreThen 3 years ago
Have you seen our species? She will probably be ridiculed until she ends up locked up in a mental institution, self harms or attempts/commits suicide. It is sad.
Comment icon #55 Posted by Matt221 3 years ago
When reporters asked jack why he thourght they were getting divorced he replied" no comment" but when he was pushed he said"because they arrrrrrhh"†
Comment icon #56 Posted by TashaMarie 3 years ago
Unfortunately you are right.† People seem to prefer to bring others down rather than help them.


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