Colan have you tried site search for any of those phrases?
Do you remember that really crazy weird spam issue that was raised, I think by Joy where all these insurance keywords were being promoted buried in all kinds of gibberish text on hacked totally off-topic sites? I'll try to find it and post the link.
Below is one of the spammy entries I found and shared above:
Silly spammers! (Read more at the link, I don't want to repost all the rubbish here and didn't want to link to bad neighborhood, so just linked to Google cache of the page.)
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So if THAT is the type of spam/hack on your client's site and if that site above had a Place page, they may get impressions for crazy KWs like: Houston fringe, subdued children and Spectrum Cure.
I've seen some strange things like "canada" appearing as a top query. After looking into it I found that Google is only storing the incremental search when a user refines a search. For example if I search for "car insurance" then append "canada" to my search and on the second search my listing appears, I will have an impression for "canada".
Hey Colan - def seems hacked. You can check webmaster tools search queries. If those are the same types of keywords then there's your answer. Also, you can do a "view page source" CTRL+F to see if any of these kw's have been injected into the sites code.
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