Previously: Shortwave Spirit Radios and More.
Welcome back to The Search Terms from the Black Lagoon, in which I take the weird and unusual search terms that led people to The Ghost in My Machine and try to figure out exactly what you were looking for. I’ve been finding lately that the terms in my analytics are slightly less bizarre than they used to be; I suppose that’s the price I pay for my SEO being on point. In any event, though, there are still a few that might be worth exploring; let’s get started, shall we?
- “What is the center of the earth? Funny answer”
I’m assuming that a) your search brought you to the Well to Hell’s Encyclopaedia page, and b) you’re not interested in what’s actually at the center of the earth. Maybe you’re looking for some information about the Hollow Earth? It’s definitely been disproven many, many times, but it persists as a conspiracy theory even so.
- “Should I or shouldn’t I game instructions”
I suspect you’re looking for “Should I or Shouldn’t I? What Would Others Think?” It can be a useful developmental tool for elementary, middle, and high school students; it’s not, however, the kind of game you’ll generally find here at The Ghost in My Machine. Sorry if you ended up journeying down a rabbit hole you never wanted to find while looking for the appropriate game.
- “Is the poor house in Bangs, Ohio haunted?”
Like all abandoned places, the Knox County Poorhouse has its fair share of ghost stories. It’s up to you to decide whether you believe them or not. Although there used to be a high-octane (and totally fictional) haunted attraction called The House of Nightmares run out of the poorhouse’s ruins, it had to cease operation in 2006 after four floors of the place collapsed.