Behka’s Links: England’s Heckfire?
Kids, believe it or not, I spend a considerable amount of time on the internet.
I know, I know. It’s downright SHOCKING. You never would have thought such a thing, I’m sure. I bet you thought I was out running marathons for sick frogs or making my own clothes out of baby hair. But no, turns out the internet has a lot of stuff for you to look at.
So I thought we’d start a new segment here on the site, since you’re online anyway, called the Behka’s Links. Catchy title, huh. Basically what I’ll do from time to time is find an interesting or crazy or just downright fun site to link you to. You can check it out if you want, and tell me what you like or dislike about it.
Today I thought I’d share a site I found ages ago. I’m not sure how serious this site is, but basically a person has taken the time to go around England and take pictures of somewhat abandoned or unremarkable little areas. They’ve also decided these are all entrances to Hell.
This One, for example, is supposed to be called Kargi.
And, apparently, “Satellite photos reveal that Kargi is the original and prolific source of the deadly Boolooloo virus and should really be avoided. If you do visit this entrance you can avoid certain death by purchasing a tabloid newspaper. Kargi has a sophisticated hot water system whose pipework uses flanges only at boiler and valve junctions.” Now, I don’t know about you, but… it’s hard to take the “Boolooloo” virus seriously. So I don’t think this person is doing anything but being amusing.
Have a look around it and you’ll really laugh at some of these very creative descriptions.