The Three Friendly Ghosts of Friday the 13th

By Jennifer Stoeckl, MAT - Dire Wolf Project CEO, Oct. 13, 2023
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Once upon a moonlit night, in a quiet little town nestled between rolling hills, there lived three young DireWolf Dog sisters named Marie, Grace, and Hedy. These sisters were known throughout the town for their striking white coats and gentle, graceful demeanor.

One crisp evening on Friday the 13th, as the sisters roamed their familiar neighborhood, the skies were clear, and the stars shone brightly. The moon cast an ethereal glow upon their gleaming coats, making them appear even more radiant than usual.

Unbeknownst to them, their majestic appearance had caught the attention of some curious townsfolk. As Marie, Grace, and Hedy ambled along the quiet streets, their graceful movements and the luminous sheen of their fur gave them an almost otherworldly presence.

A group of children playing nearby first spotted the sisters. Wide-eyed and hushed, they whispered to each other, convinced they were witnessing something extraordinary. To the children, the three DireWolf Dogs looked like three specters, visiting on this mysterious night.

Word quickly spread throughout the town, and soon, neighbors gathered to spy the "ghostly" trio. They watched in awe as the sisters gracefully moved through the moonlight, their fur catching the faintest of glimmers. Some even believed they heard the dogs softly howling along with the distant wind.

As the sisters wandered on, they encountered more townsfolk who were equally captivated by their enchanting appearance. Instead of barking or growling, Marie, Grace, and Hedy greeted everyone with gentle nudges and warm, expressive eyes.

The town's rumors continued to spread, and soon, social media was abuzz with tales of the ghosts that had appeared on Friday the 13th. People from neighboring towns drove over to witness the enchanting spectacle.

Meanwhile, the three DireWolf Dog sisters remained blissfully unaware of the commotion they had caused. They continued their moonlit stroll, occasionally stopping to sniff a friendly hand or offer a nuzzle.

As the night wore on, the initial fear and uncertainty of the townsfolk transformed into a sense of wonder and camaraderie. The town's residents realized that these spectral figures were not here to haunt but to share their beauty and gentle spirits.

In the end, the enchanting encounter with Marie, Grace, and Hedy became a cherished memory for the townsfolk. From that day forward, the sisters were affectionately known as the "Friendly Ghosts of Friday the 13th."

And so, beneath the starlit sky, the three sisters continued to roam, their radiant presence bringing joy and magic to the town, enchanting everyone who crossed their path on those special moonlit nights.

Take a look at these beautiful “friendly ghosts” at the link below:

Jennifer Stoeckl is the co-founder of the Dire Wolf Project, founder of the DireWolf Guardians American Dirus Dog Training Program, and owner/operator of DireWolf Dogs of Vallecito. She lives in the beautiful inland northwest among the Ponderosa pine forests with her pack of American Dirus dogs.