Well, that didn’t take long.
The latest version of Hampstead Research is only a few days old, and already Charlotte Ward has started posting her usual libellous bilge, targetting various innocent individuals in and around Hampstead. Once again, she’s dredged up the drawing that purports to show the various tattoos and birthmarks on one of the people Abraham Christie named as a “cult member”.
(And no, I’m not linking the post here, as I don’t want to contribute to Charlotte’s vile agenda.)
The drawing, if you recall, looks suspiciously as if it were drawn by an adult (8 and 9-year-olds don’t generally draw accurate representations of women’s curvy hips), and has been waved about by various Hoaxteaders as “proof” that the tattoos and birthmarks etc. were “real”.
I’ve wondered about Abe and Ella’s obsession with this particular person—why, in particular, have they focused so single-mindedly on her? It seems as though she’s second only to Ricky Dearman on their Hate List.
In a recent conversation with one of our regular reliable sources, I discovered the reason.
You might recall that Abe’s relationship with the school was rocky, to say the least. On one occasion, he flew into a rage when he discovered that P and Q had been eating “off-limits” food (they were known in the school for constantly being hungry, and for taking food from other children and from garbage bins on occasion). Abe accused the school of “poisoning” the children, which unsurprisingly did not endear him to the staff there.
My source told me, “The children were already very much on the radar as being at risk. They openly discussed their fear of Abe. They also were constantly hungry and took other people’s food. All their classmates knew they hated Abe.” Apparently the school notified social services that the children were hungry and fearful of their mother’s boyfriend. “That’s why the headmistress and deputy were targeted so personally after they reported him.”
Ah, it all falls into place now. This isn’t about a cult at all, unless you count the Cult of Abraham Christie’s Ego.
Moral: don’t get on Abe’s bad side, or next thing you know he’ll be drawing pictures of your privates and claiming you’re a paedophilic rapist/murderer/cannibal.