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The 1970s Monster Cereal That Caused a Pink Poop Panic

Franken Berry himself, showing off his scary new cereal. (Photo: Youtube) Stephen King's Cujo is best known for its titular villain, a rabid, killer St. Bernard. But tucked into a side plot is an even scarier adversary—Red Razberry Zingers, an innocent-seeming cereal that sets off a nationwide panic. The breakfast contained a dye that, although harmless, caused children's intestines to become, in the words of one character, "as red as a stop sign.
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