A Creepy Vintage Burger King Was Discovered in a Delaware Mall

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A Creepy Vintage Burger King Was Discovered in a Delaware Mall

It's not every day that you find an abandoned vintage Burger King hiding in not-so-plain sight. But that's exactly what happened to a group of people who made a peculiar discovery at the Concord Mall in Wilmington, Delaware.

On June 28, Twitter user @RealJezebelley shared a photo of the retro space, which looks like it could have easily doubled as a restaurant set for your favorite '80s or '90s sitcom. The photo was taken in April of this year by Jonathon Pruitt and shows lots of pastel tabletops, retro decor, and even some fake greenery.

Shortly after the image was shared, Twitter user @loserskwaddd revealed that the throwback Burger King was used as a storage room for a seasonal job she had in 2019. In her Twitter post, she included eerie video footage of the restaurant, which she described as "terrifying."

"This place is f**king terrifying because no one's used it in years," she said in the video. "There's still barbecue stains that kinda look like blood and then the ceiling is rotting away. And that's like the start of the f**king Grudge or some sh*t."

News of the hidden Burger King comes shortly after the fast food chain made headlines for a more wholesome reason. Earlier this week, a Burger King employee who never missed a day of work in 27 years was blessed with a surprise reunion with his family during an appearance on Today. Prior to being on the morning show, video of the 54-year-old father receiving a handful of gifts for his work anniversary went viral and ultimately led to a GoFundMe campaign that has since received over $270,000.

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