Yesterday we looked at the Guinness records about roofs. Today, in celebration of the rescue of the cave-bound Thailand boys, we look at underground records. We were there for that record too. It was August 2010 and 33 miners were trapped underground in Chile for 69 days.
But how about this record? It would be on a lighter note (!): The deepest concert underground was at 1271 m (4,169 ft 11 in) below sea level at Pyhäsalmi Mine Oy, Pyhäjärvi, Finland and was performed by Agonizer (Finland) on 4 August 2007.
My Google search goes off-course with a fascinating title: 20 Guinness World Record-breaking destinations to visit around the world.
1. The largest railway station by number of platforms is New York City's Grand Central Terminal.
2. World's narrowest Street - Germany's Spreuerhofstrasse street. Located in Reutlingen, the thin street is only a foot wide at its narrowest point.
... World's Oldest Restaurant: You can still dine at the world's oldest restaurant - Restaurante Botín - located in Madrid, Spain. Created in 1725, it still maintains its original 18th-century interiors and firewood oven today.
Then Google results return to the topic in a bizarre headline: "A man who has been buried alive in a pub garden for more than three months has broken the record for the length of time spent in a wooden box underground".
Geoff Smith, 37, beat the European record of 101 days - set by his mother - at midnight on Monday.
Could you make these stories up? His mother did it when he was seven years old. "He did it at 37, and it has been his ambition to go and bury himself in a box".