Woman Who Married the Ghost of a 300-Year-Old Pirate Announced Her Separation

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Amanda Sparrow Large made headlines around the world after legally marrying the Haitian pirate.

Jack Sparrow’s Irish impersonator, Amanda , said she found her soulmate earlier this year. The woman had fallen deeply in love with a pirate of the year 1700 who was executed for stealing at sea. The spouses met four years ago.

Woman Who Married the Ghost of a 300-Year-Old Pirate Announced Her Separation

They promised to love each other forever at a ceremony in international waters off the coast of Ireland, but the honeymoon would have come to an end and Amanda Sparrow Large announced her separation.

“Be very careful when venturing into spirituality,” he warned in his social networks to people after his short marriage has not lasted. “I will explain everything in due course , but for now all I want to say is to be very careful when entering into spirituality. It’s not something you play with, “he added.

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The couple met in 2014 after the ghost appeared at her side while she was lying on her bed. He said he looked like the character in Disney movies . “She has dark skin and jet black hair,” she reported to the media.

“I told him that he did not agree to have casual sex with a spirit and that he wanted us to compromise properly,” Amanda explained, according to British media outlets Mirror . “I wanted a great traditional wedding with a white dress. That was very important to me, “he added.

Woman Who Married the Ghost of a 300-Year-Old Pirate Announced Her Separation

The fanatical Pirates of the Caribbean saga spent 6000 euros to change the name and appearance. For a while, she worked as an impersonator of Jack Sparrow . It has replicas of the character’s tattoos played by Johnny Depp , as well as dreadlocks and gold teeth.

 

Source: Aweita La Republica