As the title says, has anyone ever wondered where their games have been prior to purchasing them? Were they maybe home owned all there life or possibly they were an export game from some other country that has been used and abused hard. Possibly they were in a barn collecting dust and mouse poop for many years before being brought back into service. Maybe they were used in a movie or TV show or someone famous owned them at one time. Interesting how some games can almost tell a story like a pinball machine with graffiti or high scores carved into it. Unfortunately, most of the time, it is impossible to know a games true history, so that can only lead us to wonder and speculate. After watching a video on a punk rocker named GG Allin, it got me to wondering. In the video after a concert, he is seen changing behind a Gottlieb Bad Girls Pinball. Own a Bad Girls pinball? You may want to scrub the cabinet really good with some heavy duty cleaner because it is very possible a naked, poo and blood covered man was touching the machine at one point back in 91 in Chicago. I clipped a screen shot of the full video because I don't think most people would appreciate to see the full version. I sure didn't. I am going home and dousing my machine in bleach just to be sure.