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Burger King introduces “Ghost Whopper”; ‘Jersey Boys’ tour performed at MemAud on Monday

Today is Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:

Good Morning,

Burger King is bringing a new spooky burger to the table for Halloween. 

The “Ghost Whopper” burger will be hitting a limited 10 different stores starting Oct. 24. The special sandwich includes a regular burger with a white cheddar-flavored sesame-seed bun, that is also colored white.

This isn’t the first time Burger King has had fun with Halloween either. In 2018, the eatery sold the “Nightmare King” chicken sandwich. Otherwise, Burger King has offered previous variations of the Whopper, including the “A.1. Halloween Whopper,” which had a black bun. 

The “Ghost Whopper” will be available for $4.59. 

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