Angela’s lies: Garden fence gossip gone mad

It can be very difficult for those of us who are more or less normal to comprehend what makes someone like Angela Power-Disney tick. Watching last week’s video with Angela and Heather Brown/Pru Halliwell (or Andrea Garland, no wait, we mean Susan Garland…or whatever she’s calling herself today) we were struck by the almost complete…

Teach your children: How conspiracy theories damage kids

Late Thursday evening, conspiracy-touting shock jock Alex Jones received some very bad news. As we noted last week, Mr Jones had been involved in a custody battle with his ex-wife, Kelly Jones, over their three children. Just before midnight local time, after nine hours of deliberation by a jury, Mr Jones lost sole custody of…

Wesley Hall’s not-so-excellent adventure

It looks as though Wesley Hall has landed himself in the soup again, though opinion is divided over whether his latest folly is a light-hearted jest gone wrong, an attempt to smear the reputation of a popular Burnley dessert venue, or just a supremely ill-judged blunder. Consumers of marijuana might be familiar with “420 Day”—4/20…

Who’s behind the anti-HR blog? Some new thoughts

We’ve all been busy here at Hoaxtead Research over the past few weeks, as so we really hadn’t been thinking much about the HoaxteadAreStinkyPooPooHeads blog that sprang up a few weeks ago, amusing as it was. We did notice that Kristie Sue Costa was taking one of her customary hissy fits about our initial assumption…

Here we go again: More ‘Ellagate’ bollox from Angie

Last September, Angela Power-Disney made a startling allegation: she claimed to have spoken to someone who had first-hand evidence that Ella Draper had been involved in producing a commercial child sexual abuse video, which might or might not have involved one of her own children. Hoaxtead mobsters went wild: some, like Kristie Sue Costa and…

Sabine: From Einstein’s peer to Renaissance woman?

Some of our long-time readers will probably recall that time when Hampstead SRA hoax promoter Sabine McNeill claimed her place as a scientist worthy of comparison with Einstein. Yes, she really did. (As a side-note of interest, the first video she references in this post was by someone who ran a YouTube channel called “Eddie…

Alex Jones: Between a rock and a hard place

For the vast majority of the normal people, one of the great mysteries of all time is this: do conspirasheep really, honestly believe the bilge they spew forth? It’s an honest question, as most of us just cannot fathom why someone would decide that the Illuminati/elites/lizard people are trying to kill us all off and/or…