This one was brought to our attention by several commenters, and we think it’s well worth a read! The Daily Dirt Diaspora looks at Hoaxtead through a slightly different, but fascinating lens: philosophical epistemology, or the study of knowledge
To be honest, we don’t spend much time visiting That Other Blog—you know, the cesspool that’s run by Charlotte Ward—for a couple of reasons:
A video worth watching, despite its word-salad title: “Elite Satan Cult moral panic Child Abuse Day care sex hysteria Anti aging UnoRaza wrinkles”. Apparently a Hoaxtead hawker contacted video-maker WAPTek2 to promote the hoax.
Back on August 7, we published the following post, concerning a very odd letter Drifloud had sent to a huge mailing list of recipients: police, media, Hampstead parents, teachers, you name it. The email address of the sender
You know, if we were (just say) on the run from the law and hiding out in Spain, and one of our major sources of income was the £1,000/month our girlfriend’s ex-husband was paying her in support payments, we don’t think we’d want to do anything to jeopardise that relationship.
Isn’t it funny how, once you notice a connection, you start finding more examples of it no matter where you turn? We’ve been finding that ever since we noted here that über-spammer Drifloud and ûber-stoner Abraham Christie seem to have very similar writing styles, we can’t walk out the front door without tripping over another…
Yesterday we noted that Sabine had posted a Christopher Fry poem on one of her blogs, which on the face of it doesn’t seem like a terribly important announcement.
She’s baaaaack! Yes, Sad Sabine the Whining Queen has put fingers to keyboard once more. I bet you’re all just too relieved for words, right?
Yesterday we suggested that ‘Drifloud’ might be another of Abe’s many, many online sock accounts. We presented some interesting linguistic similarities that make us suspect the link. Of course, it’s possible that we’re barking up the wrong tree here, but the more we look at it, the more parallels present themselves.
If Charlotte Ward, AKA Jacqui Farmer, weren’t such a vile human being, one might almost pity her lately. Almost. It seems she’s finally started to realise that the Hampstead hoax, the project for which she ditched her (minimally successful) ‘Conspirituality’ blog, the project that was supposed to have made her a big name in the…