Video share: Tips & Tricks for True Believers

We understand how difficult it can be for those who believe in the Hampstead SRA narrative to convince their friends and followers that they are not off their ever-lovin’ rockers. So we have decided to reach out and offer them some tips and tricks to help them make the story just bit more convincing (or…

Video share: What did the Hampstead children REALLY say?

It’s an article of faith amongst those who believe in the Hampstead SRA hoax that the two Hampstead children made a series of videos in which they talked about a Satanic cult that was run by their father, their teachers, parents at their school, social services, Cafcass, and various police officers. In those videos, the…

Video share: How did the Hampstead hoax go viral?

In our continuing video series on the Hampstead SRA hoax, today’s video looks at Sabine McNeill’s role in pushing the videos online, and ensuring that they were eventually seen by more than 4 million people in a month. Guest appearances include Ray Savage and Charlotte Ward…. On the Hoaxtead Research YouTube channel, we’re building a library of…

Video share: The police investigation, Part 1

The allegations made by the two Hampstead children were investigated by police in September 2014. Those who believe a Satanic cult operates out of a church and several schools in Hampstead claim the police investigation was a sham, that evidence was ignored, and the testimony of the children swept aside. It’s time to hold these…

Video share: Yaohirou audio recording, Part 2

In the second of our two-part look at the Jean-Clement Yaohirou audio recording, we hear Abraham describe how he and Ella decided what the children should be made to say. Abraham demonstrates his obsession with the children “touching each other”, and then seems to become sexually excited as he leads them in chanting, “Kill! Kill!…

The madness of Abraham Christie

Following up on last week’s video exposé about Abraham Christie, one YouTube viewer asked a series of pointed questions which we thought ought to be addressed here, rather than buried in the video’s comments section. The original conversation went like this: Viktor: There is one statement that was never examined (or maybe it was), and…