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Reported death of ‘Game of Thrones’ Wolf Said To Be Hoax

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Novelist George R.R. Martin clarified through Twitter that Ghost, the wolf raised by the character Jon Snow in the widely popular television series “Game of Thrones” is alive and well. The tweet reads, “Clarification, this was the wolf rescued by Wild Spirit and dubbed Ghost. NOT the wolf who plays Ghost on the show.”

News broke Wednesday that Jon Snow’s four-legged loyal companion in the show will no longer be part of GOT’s seventh season because the creature already passed away.

Interestingly, news of the alleged death of the animal that played Ghost on the series circulated like wildfire because Martin himself, the brain behind the celebrated fantasy drama TV series, tweeted Wednesday a photo of an animal that highly resembles Ghost with a message, “In loving memory of the real life Ghost from the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary. He passed this week & he will be missed. R.I.P.”

Apparently, the animal that died was indeed named Ghost but it was not the dog that plays the part in the series but one of the rescued animals in the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary that was named after the GOT characters. George has supported the said sanctuary in New Mexico for a long time, hence, 10 of their rescued animals were given names from the show.

It is understandable that fans got confused and affected considering that most of them are waiting for any new tidbit about the series especially information that comes from the creator (Martin) himself.

“Game of Thrones” is arguably the most popular drama fantasy television series today as it is well received not only in the United States but all over the world. The show is reportedly seen by over 13 million audiences per episode and dubbed as the most pirated show. Season 6 of the GOT ended last year and the new season is set June 2017.

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