A cult with no name?

Sometimes it’s the little things. In yesterday’s blog post, we noted that RD’s children had stated that the so-called “cult” had somehow escaped being given a name: Police: Then you said there’s a bit where your Dad put the brown coloured willy, plastic willy … Child Q: No but my Dad, my Dad doesn’t have…

Abraham Christie’s Mystical Theory of Bum-f*ck Magick

You can always tell when Abraham Christie has been stung by a comment, as he starts reeling off pseudo-mystical twaddle by the arm-load. On Tuesday, he was in a right old frenzy, jamming the comment boxes under Ella’s 9 March video with his usual bunkum—which made us wonder: do Abe’s cult-like followers ever actually read…

Abe faces tough questions with his usual aplomb

Following this week’s exploration of the subject of the infamous tattoos—why they’re likely not real, how they exemplify Abe’s habit of claiming unwarranted expertise, and why Ella didn’t seem to notice that the fathers of her three children were, er, genitally decorated—we thought we’d take our theories on the road, and run them past Abraham…

Hungry days for Ella and Abe

Despite the recent spate of videos featuring Ella describing her terrible plight to a new audience of gullible nitwits, things have been a bit tight financially for Ella and Abe lately. We have heard rumours that Ella is no longer in receipt of her monthly stipend from her ex-husband, and hasn’t been for some time;…

What was the point of Ella’s new video?

There’s been a fair bit of speculation about what, exactly, Abraham Christie and Ella Draper hoped to achieve with their latest rather bizarre video release. There’s the “riding on the coattails of Pizzagate” theory, which postulates that the fugitive pair decided to cash in on the Washington-based SRA hoax. If this is the case, though,…