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 lessons in raw vegan cookery (from Ella) and personalised lectures on the value of hemp as a health aid (from Abraham).
All very tasteful, we’re sure you’ll agree.
Many felt that Abrella’s blog was one of the few places where they might be able to engage with the pair, and so the comments section of their blog turned into something of a battleground. Each night, scores of commenters would descend, hoping to press Abrella to tell the truth—even once, just a little bit—about their role in torturing two children to parrot their disgusting fantasies of a “death cult” in Hampstead.
At first, Abe struggled to censor the comments section, but eventually he gave it up in favour of a mass-deletion approach. Each morning, like a caretaker sweeping up after a party, Abe would remove all traces of the previous night’s revels, just in time for it to begin again.
Here are a couple of souvenirs, grabbed from one of Abrella’s blogs before they could be deleted:
Oh, and here’s another, this time from one of Abrella’s staunch supporters, a lady from London:
‘Tiny Magical Creatures’ jumped on board the Hoaxtead train in early November, posting harassing videos of innocent families, including photos and contact details. This caused the families immeasurable distress, making them fear yet again for their safety and that of their children.
At that time we had no idea as to her identity or whereabouts. All we knew was that she was a collector of “reborn” dolls, and that she had a habit of stirring up drama within the online community of dolly collectors.
Based on a hint from one of TMC’s YouTube loyalists, one of our readers noticed a video of somebody opening a parcel from TMC, and was able to see the return address on the package.
We immediately handed this information to the police, who paid TMC a visit and issued her a formal caution. She was not arrested or charged, but she was made aware that should she choose to continue her behaviour, she could be charged.
At that time, she penned an apology to those she’d hurt, and asked the police to relay it:
In a bizarre turn, Abraham Christie attempted to claim that not only was TMC an “enemy agent”, but that he had somehow had her YouTube channel taken down.
Only a month later, TMC demonstrated the depth of her sincerity by plastering a Facebook business page with false allegations that a Hampstead parent who had been associated with that business in the past was a Satanic paedophile and cannibal. We wrote about this at the time, but acceded to a request from somebody close to TMC who stated that she was mentally ill and would not be posting anything further about the Hampstead SRA hoax.
In April 2017, during the course of a fight with another doll collector, TMC went on a bit of a rant about this blog:
And last year, in another fight within the reborn doll community, we were cited once again.
We’re only rehashing this story now because once again TMC has been stirring the pot.
In the grand scheme of Hampstead hoaxers, TMC is very small potatoes indeed.
We don’t know who or what’s got up her nose this time, and frankly we don’t care. All we know is that whenever she goes to battle against her fellow doll collectors, we somehow get dragged into it.
If it’s all the same to everybody, we’d like that to stop.