There's a whiskey that's being offered in Philadelphia that may be cursed.  Here's the story, according to pennlive.com:

Graverobber Unholy Rye is a whiskey that is being offered at Art in the Age, a tasting room and home bar supply store located on N. 3rd Street.  The whiskey is infused with maple that comes from trees that are located near a colonial-era graveyard in New Hampshire.

Pennlive.com says it is "considered taboo to tap maple trees by a graveyard, as the trees may have roots that could extend into graves themselves. Tapping them is said to come at the risk of disturbing the dead" and thus being cursed.


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Art in the Age doesn't seem worried about a possible.  In fact, they seem to be embracing the legend.  An ad for Graverobber Unholy Rye on their website contains that text, "I Drink Dead People."

Graverobber Unholy Rye isn't the only "spooky" thing offered by Art in the Age.  They are also selling a Bloody Mary mix called "Bloody the Vampire Slayer."  For more info, click here.