Burger King Is Selling a Weird 'Ghost Whopper' for Halloween - Geek.com
Burger King is bringing the paranormal to its menu lineup: The multinational chain recently debuted the "Ghost Whopper," a limited edition burger for foodies who love Halloween.
The Ghost Whopper may look weird, but it's actually a regular burger with a white cheddar cheese-flavored sesame-seed bun and all the fixings, CNN Business reported. This "spooky" meal, which costs $4.59, will be available in 10 locations across the U.S. starting Oct. 24, Thrillist noted.
Burger King tapped psychic medium Riz Mirza to create a "spirit taste test" advertisement for the Ghost Whopper. Some of the "specters" had mixed reactions to the Ghost Whopper: one said "It's beyond belief to experience this taste," while another said, "It's filth!"
the Ghost Whopper is the only burger approved by 11 out of 10 people. come try what the spirits already have. . . . *available from 10/24 to 10/31, or while supplies last, at select restaurants in Detroit, Memphis, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Savannah, Summerville and New Orleans.
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