A woman who married a 300-year-old pirate ghost has unveiled the bizarre secrets of their s*x life.
Amanda Teague, 45, legally married a Haitian pirate called Jack who died in the 1700s last month.
She says the pair of them go on dates, row and have passionate s*x.
Amanda, who previously worked as a Captain Jack Sparrow impersonator, hopes the "taboo" around ghost s*x will soon be removed.
She said: “It’s called spectrophilia, so it is kind of an orientation.
"It's kind of the final taboo because we're supposed to be okay with anything these days.
"All these different terminologies, you have to be politically correct, whether we think it's true or its not.
"You can't give people abuse over it. Spectrophilia has been around for thousands of years but people don't really talk about it."
Amanda also offered crucial advice on how to achieve spirit satisfaction.
She explained: "Spiritual s*x is all about being able to feel the energy. It's nothing to do with masturbation.
"So although it can be tried from any position, missionary is probably best to start with because its easier to feel their weight and take it from there."
Amanda, from Downpatrick, Northern Ireland, says Jack chose her because she is “dominant and difficult” but also “very loyal”.
She also revealed that several of her friends regularly have s*x with ghosts.
Amanda said: "I know one woman who has sex orgies with a lot of spirits and she loves it.
"She's not going to come out and say it, just like you wouldn't if you were doing it with physical people in your private life.
"She's married to a physical man and he joins in. It's not just something that I'm doing."
Amanda took a boat into international waters with family and friends to tie the knot with Jack last year.
She has since taken his surname and says she will fight through the courts if ever their union is threatened.
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