Some outraged over ‘The Ghost’ burger at Kuma’s Corner

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A hamburger is being called tasteless because of its content.

Kuma’s Corner, on Chicago’s North Side, dedicates its menu to heavy metal music.

This burger is called “The Ghost,” named after a band in Sweden. It’s topped with a red wine reduction and a communion wafer.

Some people are offended because they say it mocks the body and blood of Jesus.

But the restaurant says the wafer is really just a cracker, since its unconsecrated.

Customers can order The Ghost with no wafers or extra ones.


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