According to Syracuse.com, Ben Ketola of Preble absolutely slammed the previous world record for fastest perfect game (12 strikes) by scoring 300 in 1 minute 26 seconds, a full 24 seconds faster than the former record holder. Ketola accomplished the feat earlier this month at 281 Bowl in Cortland, where he also works and frequently practices.
The consistency Ketola demonstrates is incredible and oddly enough, he didn't actually see each strike hit because he was already busy sprinting into position for his next attempt.
Fun fact: although far less impressive than the above accomplishment, I once bowled 8 strikes in a row in Wii Sports. I always was the family athlete.