Joining the dots: from slime to ‘plastic willies’

It’s an example of dot-joining gone terribly, horribly, comically wrong. Yesterday one of our readers pointed out a YouTube comment by this genius, who has pulled out his crayons and drawn a wobbly line between “RD and his children sell a product called slime” and “didn’t he used to make ‘plastic willies’ in his garden…

Wesley’s big Spanish adventure

Last time we heard from Wesley Hall, he was broadcasting from the back of a police van, en route to be questioned by the Metropolitan Police. He’d been apprehended on his way out of the UK, bound for Spain with a load of camera equipment, and claiming he’d been hired to “do a job” in…

Tiny Magical Creatures is on the slander train again

Well, here’s a blast from the past: does anyone remember Dawn Moses, aka “Tiny Magical Creatures”, who started off licking Abraham Christie’s bony arse, graduated to attacking the parents and children of Hampstead, and wound up receiving a surprise visit from the police at her home in Golder’s Green? We confess we hadn’t thought of…

Why was one child favoured as poster child for the hoax?

As we’ve pieced together a more complete timeline of the Hampstead SRA hoax, one thing that’s become apparent is that when given a choice, Abraham Christie and Ella Gareeva tended to allow Sabine and Belinda’s conspiracy-minded friends to interview RD’s son rather than his daughter. For example, we noticed that when Brian Gerrish was permitted…

Abe proves he was lying about the tattoos

It’s been some time since we discussed the issue of the alleged tattoos. Those who’ve followed this blog will recall that Abraham Christie and Ella Gareeva Draper forced her children to claim that “everyone in the cult” had devil and/or monster tattoos on their privates, along with various piercings, which identified them as cult members.…