It's topped off with a green sesame seed bun.
Burger King is building off prior successes with novelty menu items to draw interest around the Halloween season.
The restaurant chain is releasing its "Nightmare King" next week. The burger includes a "mix of proteins like bacon, chicken and beef", as well as some oozy cheese. And as if a bun that looks like it's made entirely of masticated spinach molded together and dried isn't scary enough, BK also did a study on the effects the Nightmare Burger might have on those who consume it.
"Someone in my dream turned into the burger".
To prove that the sandwich causes nightmares, Burger King partnered with the Paramount Trials and Florida Sleep & Neuro Diagnostic Services and branding firm Goldforest on a study conducted over 10 nights.
A new ad shows participants hooked up to sleep monitoring machines after eating the burger.
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"I remember hearing voices and people walking around talking", one test subject says. Another recalled "aliens attacking" the boat he was on.
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But perhaps the real Burger King nightmare is its recent failing grade for using antibiotics in its beef products.
Whether the increased bad dreams would be due to the spirits of the multiple animals whose parts you'd be ingesting, or simple due to indigestion, "science" seemingly supports the notion.
Are you willing to see what dreams may come from this spooky concoction? Did they do a control group?
"Caution: proceed at your own risk".