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Sebastian Ghersi

Ever since the establishment of Observatory Hill Dining Hall in 1972, the meat has gained scary and spooky sentience ahead of each Halloween.

O’Hill Meat Set to Gain Consciousness Ahead of Schedule

“First signs of consciousness have been reported in the meat before the Weener mark,” board member and Halloween director of Observatory Hill dining Morgan Mimer said. “With bigger, faster, and uglier pieces of meat than ever before, this Halloween will be one to remember.”

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