Author is unknown. I couldn't find a name on the website. Date created and updated is also unknown. The only dates I can find are copyright dates: 1996-2009. Purpose: The Museum of Jurassic Technology in Los Angeles, California is an educational institution dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and the public appreciation of the Lower Jurassic. (I don't really know what 'Lower Jurassic' means. Is this about dinosaurs?) Content: The site looks really professional. It lists an address/location, has links to other Museums, collections of its artifacts, events, hours, membership info, and a gift shop. It never really explains what 'Lower Jurassic' means, but after looking around I can see it's not about dinosaurs. Real or Fake: The Visitor Information page shows holiday hours for 2016, so at least some parts of the site haven't been updated lately. It doesn't show when it was last updated. I can't find creator information, though I can find contact email addresses. There's not an easy to get to sitemap either. All of these things make the site seem fake. BUT, it's real. They are listed in a Smithsonian article review as L.A's "strangest museum." They can also be found on Google Maps, Yelp, and Trip Advisor. You can also find lots of pictures of it in Google Images.
Author: Lyle Zapato Website created 12/31/1997 and updated 12/23/2008. Purpose of the site is to share information about psychotronic mind control blockage using an Aluminum Foil Deflector Beanie. It says it's "An Effective, Low-Cost Solution To Combating Mind-Control." Content: The whole website is well designed. Lots of information and links, a site menu, blog updates that are recent, testimonials, and photos. It has lots of the stuff that is supposed to be on a legit website. Real or Fake: This website is totally fake. First of all, it's made by the same guy that created the tree octopus site, so that was a dead giveaway. Also, I mean, aluminum hats for mind control? That's just dumb. And the testimonials are pretty funny. And if you check some of the links, some are for bizarre websites, and some just don't work at all.
Website and company owner is Xiao Lin. Website was created in 2003, based on the Copyright info I found. I can't find any info about recent updates. Purpose of the website is to learn about the island where you can send your dogs to live free and wild without any humans around. Content: the website has info about how many dogs are there and what their life is like and why it's so great to send dogs there. It has an email sign-up list, contact info, and links to lots of other info. No distracting ads or anything. Some of the info is weird though and some of it is funny. Real or Fake: This website is fake. I wasn't sure at first because it seems real. But there is a lot of info on the site that is just weird. Like, the directions to the island office--it's like an actual maze you have to create to find it. The Discoveries page has some funny information, including info about an Irish Setter that has basically become the doctor. But the real proof is the Disclaimer at the bottom of the site, which says that it's all a joke.
Author of this website is Lyle Zapato. Website was created on 3-8-1998 and last updated on 5-22-2018. Purpose of the website is to share information about the Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus, which is endangered. Content: There are a lot of facts on the website, and also Links, Photos, Videos, lists of books and related information, and some activities too. The website looks professional and it's been online a long time. Some of the videos and photos look bogus though and they even talk about Sasquatch on there. There is some other info on there that makes me wonder if it's legit too. Real or Fake: I think this website is fake. Even though it's a well made site, there is enough stuff on there that is questionable for it to be real. Plus I did some checking around using Google and there are many other websites that explain that this website is a hoax--including a page on the Library of Congress website.