Can conspiracy believers be helped?

The other day, EC had a private message on Twitter, asking for help. The person said they had a family member who had gone full-tilt conspiranoid in the past year or so, not just believing in chemtrails, but falling headlong into the QAnon/pedogate quagmire. What, the person asked, could they do to help their family…

Devine’s disappointment: It’s all kicking off now

Earlier this week, we looked into a conflict which had begun to erupt amongst the last remaining cabal of hard-core Hampstead SRA hoaxers—the group which includes Angela Power-Disney, Paul Rodgers/Eddie Isok, Andy Devine, et al. It began when a woman named Jo-anne Sollis, a director of Gordon Bowden’s “Pandoras Box Investigations” company which has been…

Facebook’s new oversight board: Will it help?

Anyone who has had much experience with reporting illegal or harassing posts on Facebook will attest that it’s a profoundly discouraging experience. In the four years since Sabine McNeill released videos of P and Q, many of our commenters have reported hundreds if not thousands of posts to Facebook, only to receive the infuriating response,…

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…

Where is Wesley Hall? A strange silence

Late last week we published two posts detailing how Hampstead SRA hoaxer Wesley Hall had used fear and emotional blackmail to extort a considerable amount of money from a doctor’s wife who’d befriended him in Burnley, Lancashire. The story so far… The first post detailed Wesley’s false claim that the doctor had hired him and…