Wesley’s ‘room wanted’ advert gives him away

Things never stay the same for long in Hoaxtead Land: last evening we received word that Abraham Christie’s brand-spiffing-new Twitter page had been suspended, presumably because Abe just cannot help being Abe. He was attempting to suck up to Brian Harvey by denouncing Ian Puddick, which was entertaining to watch, but it’s even more enjoyable…

Abe Christie oozes back onto Twitter

We’ve noticed over the past few weeks that Abraham Christie and Ella Gareeva Draper had begun re-sharing some of the videos of RD’s children on YouTube again, so we weren’t particularly surprised to note on Friday that Abe has created a new Twitter account, under the moniker @papahemp2. (Apparently @papahemp and @papahemp1 were already taken,…

Back to FAQs: Tattoo update includes new info

From time to time we like to update the Frequently Asked Questions section of the blog, as new information becomes available, or new insights help us to better understand evidence that’s been around for ages. Today, we’re going to update the FAQ page titled “The cult tattoos”. If you think we’ve missed anything important, or would…

Investigating the ‘Original Dirty 30’

One of the more startling comments which Angela Power-Disney made last week to interviewer Jason Goodman of “Crowdsourcing the Truth” was her revelation that at the inception of the Hampstead SRA hoax, a group of about 30 people had been involved in promoting the Hampstead Research blog run by “Jacqui Farmer”. During that interview, Angela said, “The…

Lies, smears, and retaliation

Yesterday we discussed the twists and turns in the Hampstead SRA hoax narrative, as described by Angela Power-Disney. We mentioned, but did not fully explore, her first about-face on Abe and Ella in March 2016. The setting It was a full year after the original internet feeding frenzy occasioned by the release of the videos…

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…