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…

Consorting with the ‘other side’

Last evening, EC and Flo Destroyer took part in a two-hour YouTube live-stream with Jason and Ade from “Raconteurs News”. To be honest, EC wasn’t sure what to expect, as this was the same channel that had hosted ex-DC Jon ‘Dodger’ Wedger about a month ago—readers might recall this interview as the one in which…

Tom Dunn exploits children

There is no more delicate way to put this. Thomas Dunn, one half of the pair of ill-informed, self-righteous cretins who runs a detestable pseudo-Christian YouTube channel called “Through the Black”, is exploiting two children for his own gain. In the past two days he has released two more videos in which he regales his…

Kane Slater’s YouTube channel gone…again

A couple of weeks ago we reported that finally, YouTube seemed to be cracking down on Hampstead SRA hoax-related videos. At that time, we noticed that certain previously unassailable videos had been removed from Lift the Veil, as well as from Angela Power-Disney’s YouTube channel. It seems that we missed one: Kane Slater’s channel, Hampstead…

Did Ella really want her children back?

Last week we took a look at a new-old audio recording made by Abraham Christie and Ella Draper back in the days when they still harboured a naïve belief that they might be able to salvage the Hampstead hoax dumpster fire and turn it to their advantage. As with much of the evidence concerning this…

Hampstead SRA hoax timeline, updated (again)

Yes, it’s time for another hoax update timeline, oh huzzah, let the bells ring out. In the four years since Sabine McNeill first released the videos of two children making extraordinary claims about a “cult” run by their father, which included everybody at their school (except their mother), the story of the hoax’s genesis has…

YouTube pulling the plug on Hampstead videos

About a week ago we noted that indiscriminate conspiracy believer Nathan Stolpman was complaining that his YouTube channel, “Lift the Veil”, seemed to be on its last legs, having suffered multiple strikes and takedowns within a few days. We decided to assist YouTube in its efforts to to a bit of tidying up, and within…