Is Hoaxtead taking the day off?

Well, we never thought we’d hear ourselves say this, but…there’s just not a lot going on in Hoaxtead-land right now. We’ve made the rounds of all our favourite Hoaxtead mobsters’ regular hangouts, and everyone seems to be either asleep, posting pictures of chemtrails, or off on holiday. Perhaps there’s a Sooper Seekrit Hoaxtead Conference™ going…

Kristie Sue: Garbage in, garbage out

A couple of days ago we examined how a series of lies, half-truths, and ignorance combined to help Charlotte Ward create the completely false idea that RD had been “forensically proven” to run commercial child sexual abuse sites online. Charlotte was all too willing to accept the word of an anonymous “web expert” who turned…

Eavesdropping on the Hoaxtead mob

There’s a certain fascination in listening in on a conversation amongst those who have decided to believe in the Hampstead SRA hoax: they blurt out the most bizarre stuff with the intense earnestness of a group of three-year-olds who are utterly convinced of the reality of the Easter Bunny. Take this recent convo from Kristie…

Hampstead weather: Cloudy with a risk of archons

In our “Just When You Think You’ve Seen it All” department…. Yesterday a kind reader pointed out a blog we’d never seen before, in which an “intuitive artist” named Joanna Whitney, who keeps body and soul together by helping people choose paint colours in a home improvement store in Denver, Colorado, has claimed that Hampstead…

Deborah Mahmoudieh v the IPCC

Yesterday the ever-effervescent Deborah Mahmoudieh posted a video featuring herself (who else?) reading a letter from the IPCC. It seems she’d written them to demand that they re-investigate the police investigation of the Hampstead SRA case, and they had written back to let her know that she had no business sticking her nose into a…

What makes the Hoaxtead mob tick?

A couple of weeks ago we passed the second anniversary of the day Sabine released the videos of RD’s children online, kicking off the social media firestorm that would become Hoaxtead. At the time, no one except the original hoaxters realised that an online smear campaign had begun, which would affect the lives of dozens…