Kalkaska, MI – The Northern Native Cannabis Company, a cannabis dispensary in Kalkaska, has found itself facing some unexpected visitors – the ghosts of Native Americans from the cowboy days. According to witnesses, the ghosts manifest themselves in the form of wispy figures dressed in traditional clothing and feathered hats.
The dispensary’s owner, who prefers to remain anonymous, claims that the ghosts are harmless and even a bit comical. “They seem to be amused by our products,” he said, “Especially the strains with names like ‘Sitting Bull’ and ‘Crazy Horse.’ We like to think of them as our biggest fans.”
Despite the ghosts’ seemingly harmless presence, some patrons have reported feeling uneasy in their presence. One customer, who asked to remain anonymous, said, “I don’t mind the ghosts, but there’s something about the way they look at me that gives me the creeps.”
The dispensary’s owner maintains that he has no intention of closing his doors, even in the face of supernatural opposition. “We’ll continue to offer our customers high-quality, locally grown cannabis products, regardless of whether or not there are cowboy ghosts hanging around. After all, they’re customers too,” he said with a chuckle.
The situation remains unresolved, and the cowboy ghosts continue to haunt the Northern Native Cannabis Company. But for those looking for a unique and unforgettable cannabis experience, it seems that this dispensary is the place to be – as long as you don’t mind a few ghosts looking over your shoulder.