You'd wonder why somebody would go to the lengths to fake something like this.
Would it have been as interesting or attracted as much attention had it been a factual account of the standard tour? What is the "message?" Is it purely an effort to educate about the dangers of nuclear power and expose the suffering caused in that area? This is a very intiguing question. The author claims that she did not do it for fame, but the site did become famous (if not her) and there had to be some forethought given to its structure.