The supposed 'most evil website on the internet' has been revealed, and it is impossible to leave after clicking on it.
The internet can be one of the most interesting and informative places in the world, but, as proven here, it can also be one of the most dangerous.
TikTok user @sp0uk_ , known as Spooky, has revealed the internet's most evil website - and explained why you should never visit it.
The creator of the website had previously created a disturbing site, but for some reason felt the need to make this one as well.
Spooky gave viewers a chilling disclaimer: "Please do not seek out these kinds of websites. They can destroy your computer, if not your mental sanity."
Despite the site being taken down, he urged people not to Google the site, as there are remnants of it lingering online.
He revealed: "The name of the website was womensalliance.xyz. And women's alliance was a classic bait-and-switch website."
A bait-and-switch website is basically a site pretending to be something that it's not.
We've all seen these around, scammers offering iPhones for 'only £50' or 'special deal' TVs on sale for unbelievable prices.
But for this site, it was pretending to be a feminist women's empowerment website when it obviously is not.
Revealing the entrance page of the site, Spooky read out the text: "This website contains stories of woman empowerment and it may be offensive to some viewers, viewer discretion is advised, 18+."
But once you clicked enter, the problems would begin.
"Scripts would take over your computer, forcing your volume to go as loud as it could go and force it into full screen mode." Spooky explained.
Similar to the creator's previous website, it is impossible to leave unless you unplug your computer, no other methods will work.
Then he started to describe what you would see.
Your computer would start to play a non-stop montage of videos of women being tortured to the highest degree.
This would include mutilation, disease, corpses, and many more disturbing, horrific images.
All of this is happening while Ray Orbinson's 'Pretty Woman' blares on full volume.
The fact that it is an actual bait and switch, as he explains, makes this even worse as people would have been clicking on the link to read about feminism empowerment stories.
Instead, they would be forced to watch some of the most disturbing videos on the internet.
In a long-form YouTube video posted by Spooky, he goes over what the creator said about the site.
The creator remained unmoved by the backlash, saying he has been creating sites like this since 2013, calling modern social media 'safe and sterile' while saying people have been 'babied'.
Stay safe online folks, make sure to download a script blocker and VPN to avoid situations like this.Featured Image Credit: Getty Stock Image TikTok/spOuk