6 Of The Most Inexplicably Weird Websites

thebiggestsecretoftheinternet.com

After a brief teaser that promises, “a secret so big it will shock the world,” visitors to The Biggest Secret of the Internet are presented with the world’s easiest puzzle. Faced with an apparent “dead end” that displays only a single image depicting a row of drab bricks, interrupted by a single golden brick, visitors are rewarded — in this case, a term used very loosely — after clicking on the golden brick.
thebiggestsecretoftheinternet.com

hybrid-rpg.blogspot.com

The author of HYBRID, referring to himself only as “C#,” claims that the game — a pen-and-paper roleplaying game — is unparalleled in its ability to model physical reality. Originating on Usenet, C’s compilation of rules, exceptions and equations has been updated every day — sometimes multiple times per day — for years. Presented as a series of blog posts, the rules are an intricate web of vitriolic rants strung together and suspended within a nightmarish tangle of word salad.
hybrid-rpg.blogspot.com

john.com

According to Alexa, John.com is registered to John Little of Cupertino, California. One of the Internet’s early pioneers, Little founded Portal Software, Inc., a company that grew to become one of America’s first Internet service providers. With John.com, however, Little’s — if the site does, indeed, belong to him — intentions are less than clear.
john.com

wwwwwwwww.jodi.org

A strange combination of vectors, garbled ASCII art and HTML, wwwwwwwww.jodi.org is the product of Jodi, the combined name of Internet artists Joan Heemskerk and Dirk Paesmans. Jodi.org, their Internet gallery, is host to a number of bizarre projects including a supposed map of the Web, a modification of the ZX Spectrum game Jet Set Willy and a site that purports to create fonts for major cities based on their Google Maps.
wwwwwwwww.jodi.org

shayesaintjohn.net

Upping the creep factor, Shaye Saint John is a character who was apparently created by deceased punk artist Eric Fournier. Donning a rigid two-piece mask, a bird’s nest wig and a seemingly endless number of ratty, shopworn dresses, Shaye Saint John starred in one of the weirdest collections of YouTube videos ever created.
shayesaintjohn.net

yvettesbridalformal.com

Located in the heart of Panama City, Yvette’s Bridal Formal is a legitimate business that had one of the strangest websites ever created. Viewed through the nostalgic lens of the Wayback Machine, Yvette’s site is like a macabre game of pin the tail on the donkey. With a myriad of links — all presented in clashing, garish colors — overlaying and adjoining one another it’s impossible to know where, exactly, you will wind up. As such, navigating the site often proves problematic and is eventually effected by fully submitting oneself to chance or clicking links based on arbitrarily defined criteria such as color, font or sound.
yvettesbridalformal.com