The closest documented proof we have to the existence of zombies on earth may lie underneath a pair of golden arches.
We can thank David Whipple for this discovery. The Utah man purchased a pair of McDonald’s burgers in 1999 and, as an experiment in biological decay, decided to keep one of the burgers out for 30 days.
Fourteen years later it remains in the exact same condition, a meat-and-bun version of the living dead. McZombie’s.
“"I was showing some people how enzymes work and I thought a hamburger would be a good idea,” he said on a recent episode of The Doctors (via Daily Mail). “And I used it for a month and then I forgot about it. It ended up in a paper sack with the receipt in my coat pocket tossed in the back of my truck and it sat there for, I don't know, two or three months."
“My wife didn’t discover it until at least a year or two after that. And we pulled it out and said ‘oh my gosh. I can’t believe it looksRead More »from 14-year-old McDonald’s 'zombie' hamburger still looks good enough to eat