Wanoa and his scam-pushers

Sometimes it’s easy to make the error of believing that certain Hampstead SRA hoax-pushers are merely smarmy dunderheaded buffoons, rather than malicious actors whose behaviour has the potential to damage real lives. Such is the case with Matt Taylor. We’re assuming it was a slow news day in Brighton, as The Argus ran a story…

Hoaxers reduced to flinging faeces

The tiny remaining cadre of Hoaxtead mobsters has finally begun to realise that their game is coming to an end, and they don’t like it one little bit. How can we tell? They’ve begun posting personal attacks directed at individuals associated with this blog, in hopes of…what? Hurting our feelings? Making us go away? For…

Tiny Magical Creatures rides again

Let’s go back in time. Waaaaaay back, to late 2015 when Abraham Christie and Ella Draper had two blogs, from whence they not only harassed their victims in Hampstead, but hawked t-shirts and coffee mugs featuring the faces of two children, with logos like “Free the Hampstead 2”. They also offered “special services” such as…

Devine & Carvath: A match made in hell?

Yesterday we wrote about Andy Devine’s deep disappointment at having been abandoned and betrayed by some people he had considered his allies. Not only have the Pendragons turned on him, but now Gordon Bowden, whose Finchley Rd obsession Devine had adopted as one of his key buzzwords, has distanced himself as a result of allegations…

Devine’s disappointment: It’s all kicking off now

Earlier this week, we looked into a conflict which had begun to erupt amongst the last remaining cabal of hard-core Hampstead SRA hoaxers—the group which includes Angela Power-Disney, Paul Rodgers/Eddie Isok, Andy Devine, et al. It began when a woman named Jo-anne Sollis, a director of Gordon Bowden’s “Pandoras Box Investigations” company which has been…

Link between school arsonist and Hampstead hoax

Yesterday we wrote about Philip Day, who was found guilty this week of having pursued a campaign of harassment against teachers in a Cheshire school, which culminated in his setting fire to the school. One of the charges of which Day was found guilty related to his having also burned down a 700-year old house…