Hampstead Coverup
A strange case in Hampstead, London

In 2004, two children living in London – P & Q – would make a series of allegations against their father and members of London’s establishment.

In videos released by their mother, the children respond to questions and state that they were part of a group of 20 “special” children from Hampstead who had been sexually abused and made to abuse one another as part of a “cult”.

The children alleged that:

  • Babies were supplied from all over the world. They were bought, injected with drugs, and sent by TNT or DHL to London to be abused, tortured, and sacrificed.

  • The babies’ throats were slit, blood was drunk, and cult members would then dance wearing 20 babies’ skulls apiece on their bodies.

  • Cult members wore shoes fashioned out of baby skin. The shoes were made in a shoe repair kiosk in the local tube station.

  • The children were raped with dildos.

  • Rituals were performed in an upstairs room at the McDonald’s restaurant. Babies were prepared, cooked in the ovens in a secret kitchen, then eaten by cult members.

This site has the transcripts and the videos are on Youtube.

The Court Case1

The children made allegations against their farther and on 12 & 16 September 2004 the children were seen by Dr Hodes, a consultant community paediatrician at both the Royal Free Hospital and University College London Hospital. 2 3 Dr Hodes concluded there were physical signs which supported the children’s allegations of physical and sexual abuse. 4

A non-molestation injunction order was made against the father (for domestic violence; unrelated to the children) in 2010. Between May 2010 and October 2013, the children received therapeutic sessions at the Tavistock Clinic5. Despite the ‘theraputic’ sessions, the children still made their accusations.

Justice Pauffley, sitting in High Court1, gave her verdict on the validity of the children’s claims: it was all a hoax1.

  1. High Court Judgement of Jusice Pauffley. Case Number: ZC14C00315. 19/03/2015 [return]
  2. Paragraph 42. ibid. [return]
  3. Paragraph 43. ibid. [return]
  4. Paragraph 121. ibid. [return]
  5. Paragraph 26. ibid. [return]

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