Hoaxtead hypocrisy writ large

Yesterday we talked about Jake Clarke’s sentencing at Willesden Magistrates Court, and made passing reference to his “friends” Anthony Pike and Angela Power-Disney, who stated that they hoped he would choose prison over freedom—for the sake of propping up the Hampstead SRA hoax, don’tcha know. Of course, it’s easy for Pike to pontificate from his…

‘Charles Seven’: The longest fake news story

Over the summer we noted in passing that a fantasist who goes by the name “Charles Seven” seemed to be trying to revive her various allegations with a new audience. To be sure, she’s updated her 7/7 story a bit to include more recent news stories like the Grenfell Tower fire and the Charlie Hebdo…

Dissociating for dollars

A persistent question which has plagued many observers of the apparently burgeoning adult SRA/DID claimant population is “where are they all coming from?” We’ve talked here about the potential for generating false or distorted memories through various means—over-zealous and relentless questioning, for example, can convince some people that certain traumatic events, no matter how bizarre…

Angela’s ‘coach’ does more harm than good

One of the ongoing debates amongst those of us who’ve watched the Hoaxtead mobsters in action centres around the old “bad versus mad” question. Certain promoters of the Hampstead SRA hoax are fairly obviously mentally ill: we’re thinking of people like Arthur Kaoutal, who we understand was recently sectioned by the authorities in Australia. Others,…

‘Gang-stalking’: Mental illness magnified by the internet

Some time ago, regular reader Jake Blake posted a very interesting video in the comments section. Created by MrMentalInertia, a self-confessed reformed conspiracy theorist, the video describes the strange internet phenomenon known as “gang-stalking”—or at least, it describes the people who believe that such a thing as gang-stalking exists. We highly recommend that you watch…

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…

Neelu turns sister’s illness into spectator sport

Over the past several days, Neelu Berry has been turning her sister’s terminal illness into a spectator sport. Really, there’s no other way to describe it. In a series of live-streamed Facebook videos, she’s demonstrated a combination of paranoia, delusion, Freeman on the Land woo, pseudo-medical nonsense, and sheer madness that’s been hard to ignore.…