The "Church" of Scientology, the greatest scam of all time started by Lafayette Ronald Hubbard (who intelligently decided to go by "L. Ron Hubbard"), has visited Marco.org in a quest to find information about Scott Nelson, special agent of the FBI.
I wrote a server log parser a few weeks ago, and I've been monitoring the daily traffic. It basically tells me if anything interesting happens, like if people get to my site from a search engine or someone else's link. I've found a number of interesting hits and search engine results, but this is definitely the best.
Yesterday at 10:31 PM (Eastern), someone from ws.churchofscientology.org visited my front page. They got there from page 3 of Google's search results for the query "scott nelson" "FBI". This was a regular browser, not a crawler robot or anything - specifically, they were using Internet Explorer 6 on Windows NT 4.
Most of the other Google results are actually for Scott Nelson, a secret agent of the FBI. Well, he's probably not much of secret anymore.
Scary knowledge learned:
Personally, I'm honored that the perpetrators (and victims) of the biggest scam of all time have actually visited my site. Marco.org has reached a new level.