Dear Sabine: Put that in your pipe and smoke it

Today’s post is brought to you by the website What Do They Know? We’re posting the conversation in its entirety…we hope you find it as amusing as we do! 13 July, 2017 Dear Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), In my capacity as McKenzie Friend I have given a voice to many voiceless children and wonder whether…

‘Freeman on the land’ woo can be catching: Canadian report

Many thanks to Sarah Phillimore for this fascinating blog post, guest written in 2014 by a Canadian contributor to the “Quatloos” discussion boards. Many of us were complete newcomers to the wild and woolly world of “freeman on the land” woo when we first became aware of the Hampstead SRA hoax, but exposure to people…

Angela Power-Disney in contempt of court

Well, it seems the old adage is correct: all good things really do come to an end. Take Angela Power-Disney’s recent (relative) silence on Facebook, for example. We’d grown accustomed to the sound of silence from that direction, but last week she started wheezing back to life after a month’s ban, and for the past…

Sabine’s ghoulish attempt to co-opt Felstead tragedy

Some time ago we wrote here about the tragic story of Carol Myers, née Felstead, a young woman who died in 2005 under mysterious circumstances after she fell into the clutches of a psychotherapist who convinced her that she had been ritually sexually abused by her own family. According to a 2015 article in The…

Why did Belinda throw Sabine under the bus?

Lately we’ve been taking a very close look at the activities of Sabine McNeill during the lead-up and early days of the Hampstead SRA hoax. However, it’s important not to forget that Sabine had a “partner in crime”—Belinda McKenzie. As most of our readers know, Belinda tends to turn up like a bad penny in…

Sabine McNeill ‘stars’ in Portuguese video

Late last week, a curious little video was released by someone named Catarina Rodrigues. Not a name we know, but we’re certainly familiar with one of the “stars” of her new work: Sabine Kurjo McNeill. The title gives us a hint as to the subject matter: “The Ones Who Fight”.