Lincoln NE (SN) – Paranormal experts and skeptics alike have been maintaining steady traffic to the Goodcent’s sandwich location on 27th and Randolph in hopes to catch a glimpse of what has been reported as “a very pissed off ghost.”
Franchise owner Jon Hodgeson claims to have seen the spirit of Norm Kusinski, the late owner of M&N sandwich shop across the street. Kusinski died last November following an illness.
Just days after his wake, “spooky things” started happening at the Goodcent’s restaurant, which was the previous location of the original M&N sandwich shop established in 1993, until a fire in 2005 would move the local business across the street to it’s final resting place. Perhaps the late owner decided to pick up his afterlife where the sandwich legacy started. Hodgeson told reporters.
“A customer started making annoying adjustments to a menu item and taking a long time to decide what they were eating when suddenly an entire tray of tomato slices floated into the air and smashed into our beverage dispenser” the owner explained, “I’ve never been a believer, but later that night I saw a translucent presence wearing a ball cap and a white button down shirt pacing in the cooler.”
It wasn’t until a customer attempted to use a three month old gift certificate that Jon was certain as to just what kind of spirit he was dealing with.
“A big gust of energy just blew the gift card out of the patron’s hand, and all of our televisions switched to Fox News at the exact same time” the owner shook his head, “That’s when I knew it was old Norm.”
A sandwich with a scare, and more.
“It’s not so bad having Norm shaking things up in the store, we do have a lot of stupid fucking customers” Jon added, “I blacked out for over an hour in the kitchen last Tuesday and when I came to I had the old M&N Italian beef and pastrami recipe completely down. I was bleeding out of my eye sockets, mind you, but I’m eager to get that one on the menu.”