Life at the helm of Hoaxtead Research can be many things, but it’s absolutely never dull. Take this comment which we received yesterday afternoon, from someone called Andrea Garland:
What’s going on here?I know that woman in the films with the one called Angela and she’s not called Heather nor Pru either. Its not my place to tell her right name to you as it looks like she doesn’t want you to know it But Shea a paralegal .She did my employment tribunal for me and got me a good settlement,as well she won my sons ESA tribunal and got him his back pay.What is the reason you people are after her? From what I’ve read on here I don’t think anybody here has even met her.I’d be a bit careful if I were you because she’s well read especially where legal things are concerned and you don’t know just what she can do.
It seemed that Heather has at least one fan! How nice.
What was unclear to us at first, though, is why Andrea’s kind testimonial had been shunted straight to the blog’s “Trash” folder. After all, while we might or might not agree with her assessment of Heather, there was nothing rude or abusive in what she was saying.
Then the penny dropped: we’d heard from Andrea before. In fact, she’d written to us via our Contact Us box just last week, about another of Angela’s friends:
1: Comment: NEWS Tracy Morriss daughter has hung herself yesterday, Angela is going to Belfast [address redacted] for the funeral , (cops may pick her up) social services set to remove Morriss children due to Hampstead involvement . Disney is responsible for the blog and youtube cloning.
2: Comment: MORE NEWS …. Disney is of the view that the “satanists” killed Corrine Morriss
3: Comment: Call social services northern ireland XXXXXXXXXXX and speak to VXXXXXX MXXXXXXX she is Tracy Morris social worker because she would like further info re the Hoax and what Tracy is dragging her 3 sons into ,the are at risk from her she is a self confessed “stoner” , you need to speak directly to VXXXXXXX and tell her what you know about Tracy and Disney the more people who call the better.
As our readers know, we did some fact-checking and then announced the sad death of Tracey’s daughter.
However, we decided that much as we might dislike what Tracey has said and done about the Hampstead SRA hoax in the past two years, we did not wish to compound her grief by taking Andrea’s advice and reporting her to her social worker. Odd as it might seem to those who believe we are evil baby-eating paedophiles, we felt that this is a situation where compassion and not revenge should rule the day.
Who is Andrea?
The question that arose yesterday when Andrea wrote us about Heather was: “Who is this person?”
The answer can be found in Andrea’s IP address: 184.108.40.206.
Turns out that we’d blocked that IP from the blog several weeks back, which is why Andrea’s comment about Heather had gone straight to the Trash bin rather than the Pending Approval folder. Perhaps you’d care to guess why?
Oh, never mind. We’ll tell you: Yep. “Andrea Garland” is our old friend Heather Brown.
Well, tie our beaks and call us speechless.
Strange how these things come around, isn’t it? We started off by warning Heather that being interviewed by her new BFF Angela would probably not do her any good; Heather responded with cursing and death threats—definitely an attention-getter, that.
But it seems that Heather has now decided to play both ends against the middle, trying to get us to call Tracey’s social worker and have her remaining children removed while she’s most likely still in shock about her daughter, and letting us know the address where Angela would be staying, in case the police would like to swoop in and arrest her. We have a hard time imagining anyone wanting to do that to a newly bereaved mother, let alone one who’s supposed to be on Heather’s side. That’s a new low by any standard.
To be honest, we were shocked.
It does make us wonder, though, what’s happened behind the scenes. Has Heather finally decided that we were right after all, in suggesting that Angela might not be the best choice of friends? And why the special vindictiveness towards Tracey? Have they clashed? (Actually, the thought of Tracey and Heather in the same room is a bit frightening—talk about a rage overdose!)
But that’s life amongst the Hoaxtead mob and their hangers-on: it’s all just swings and roundabouts, innit?