It’s been a bad week for Abraham Christie (and by extension for Ella Draper), as the ‘secret’ Hampstead Research Facebook group originally set up to promote their interests has begun to implode.
Market analysts note a sharp drop in Abe’s personal stock, as former supporters, such as Facebook group member Kristen Elizabeth, realise his true worth:
The interview with Ed Opperman, which was to have catapulted Abrella into the stratospheric realms of internet stardom, has instead become an albatross around their collective necks. And it looks as though they’ll be carrying some of their most fervent supporters with them: Angela Fag-Ash Disney, Guidance/Code 2222, and Olu Essien Popoola all look set to take a tumble as Abrella’s stock slips from blue chip status into the low single digits.
David, who played on his long-time friendship with Charlotte Ward Alton to gain entrée to the group, complains that Olu Essien Popoola, the forensic linguist who got into hot water with his university for his unprofessional behaviour regarding the Hampstead hoax, has been bullying him; Kristen Elizabeth concurs, and adds that Abe has been doing a ‘piss-poor job of proving’ that she’s not the author of the Dearman Does Hampstead blog.
Did you follow that? We know. It’s getting a little bit nuts.
As a member of our team said yesterday, “Holy sh!t. This thing is falling apart faster than I can track it!”
To which we can only add a hearty “amen!”