Jeanette Archer’s quest for cash

A frustration of having closed this blog for 18 months pending John Paterson’s trial was the inability to continue reporting on new and interesting additions to the SRA hoaxing scene. Not only did we completely miss out on the Wilfred Wong et al arrest last November, but we’ve said nary a word about SRA claimant…

Send in the clowns

With his erstwhile friend John Paterson having pleaded guilty and now facing sentencing on two counts of stalking and one of malicious communications, Andy Devine is still flailing away, posting his bizarre screeds on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn…basically anywhere that’ll have him. In a Facebook offering last week, Devine wrote (IN ALL CAPS WITH HAPHAZARD PUNCTUATION…

Aiding and abetting

Oh dearie, dearie me. Kaley Einav seems unhappy with me. On her latest video (well, “latest” as of this writing, she seems to pop them out with alarming regularity), Einav says: Some tw@t has alerted me to the fact that some tw@t has given tw@ts on Hoaxtead, and like d’you know what, and at the…

Hypocrisy writ large

The other day, I wrote that Angela Power-Disney had attempted to submit an unsolicited “character reference” to the court in the days leading up to John Paterson’s trial. I pointed out the hilarious awfulness of it, but what I didn’t mention is the utter blinding hypocrisy of Angela’s claim that Paterson must be innocent. Consider…

The powerless attorney

What’s that tired old saw again? Something like “the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome”? Those who bothered to follow Andrew Devine’s video dribblings in the lead-up to John Paterson’s trial might recall that Devine kept attempting to foist himself onto Paterson’s psychiatric care…

Coming in from the cold

When I shuttered this blog in late October 2019, I knew that the time leading up to John Paterson’s trial was going to be challenging in many ways. Granted, back then I thought it would be a couple of months, not a year and a half, but still. I knew it wasn’t going to be…

John Paterson pleads guilty on three charges

Well, fancy meeting you here! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? A lot has gone on in Hampstead Hoaxville since I decided to shutter the place back in November 2019, not the least of which is that John Paterson was arrested, remanded in custody, and then transferred to a secure psychiatric unit pending his trial.…

And in the end…

Alert readers might have noticed that I haven’t been around much of late. Unfortunately, circumstances beyond my control have been taking up my time and energy, and I’ve been forced to the conclusion that it’s time to close down this blog. I’ll also be closing off the comments section, as I’m currently unable to monitor…

Video share: Recovered memories, true or false?

A few weeks ago, I was approached by Mel Ve—whose name has frequently graced these pages—with an unusual proposition: would I be interested in doing an interview with her on the topic of recovered memories and the people who promote them? Readers may know that Mel and HR have not always been on the best…