‘Hoaxtead trolls’: Why they see us everywhere

It’s an interesting phenomenon: as the core group of supporters of the Hampstead SRA hoax diminishes, their propensity to claim that anybody who believes differently is a “Hoaxtead troll” increases. What exactly is a Hoaxtead troll? The definition seems to differ depending on who makes the claim. In general, it seems that to attain the…

Angela’s getting anxious, for good reason

Angela Power-Disney has a problem. For almost four years now, she has been churning out harassment on an industrial scale, aimed primarily at RD, but also at the families of Hampstead. Until quite recently, she was able to lump this blog into her false allegations. As it was written pseudonymously, Angela could claim that anybody…

When troll-hunting goes terribly wrong

Once upon a time there was an evil troll. He didn’t live under a bridge; he dwelt on the internet, where he delighted in sending people messages which caused them deep pain and suffering. For example, when he learned that a man named Allan Bryant Jr had disappeared in 2013, having last been seen outside…

Would-be hacker leaves his calling card

It’s been some time since anyone attempted to hack this blog, but this past week we’ve weathered (successfully, we should add) two separate attacks. Granted, they came from the same person, who was apparently quite determined to find a vulnerability. As it happens, the hacker wound up telling us more about himself than he intended…