MISSING FILES THE DISAPPEARANCE OF LEE BOXELL CHEAM, SOUTH LONDON 1988 On the morning of Saturday 10th September 1988, 15-year old Lee Boxell left his family home to meet a friend in Sutton town centre. It’s the last time his family would see him. Lee never returned home and, apart from a possible sighting on… Continue reading MISSING: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF LEE BOXELL, 1988
OPERATION HEDGEROW: PART TWO LONDON GANGS, A COVER UP & THE TRIESTE CONNECTION “Don’t open the box, you will never get the lid back on.” Following on from my previous blog post regarding Operation Hedgerow, Colin Peters and Alistair Laing, I’ve done further research in to some of the missing details of the case and… Continue reading OPERATION HEDGEROW: PT 2: “Don’t open the box, you will never get the lid back on.”
NORTHERN IRELAND KINCORA SURVIVOR – RICHARD KERR On 13th November 2017, Villagemagazine.ie published a very moving and eye-opening account of Richard Kerr’s experiences within the care system of Northern Ireland, and his subsequent abuse at the hands of some very powerful people. I have chosen to blog it in full as I believe it… Continue reading NORTHERN IRELAND: Kincora Survivor – Richard Kerr
WHO IS PAUL STURGESS? In March 1986, Derry Mainwaring Knight – who I have covered more in depth here and here – appeared at Maidstone Crown Court charged with obtaining money from the church, rich and famous by deception. The case was reported globally because of the nature of it’s subject – Satanism. Mainwaring Knight… Continue reading WHO IS PAUL STURGESS?
SATANIC WORSHIP AND THE CHURCH DERRY MAINWARING KNIGHT & HIS INTERESTING CIRCLE OF ASSOCIATES In 1986 an interesting case was heard at Maidstone Crown Court involving a self-confessed satanist and his attempt to defraud thousands of pounds from clergy. In the case of Derry Mainwaring Knight, he had the most intriguing connections and what… Continue reading SATANIC RITUAL ABUSE: Satanic Worship & the Church
Originally posted on Swallowing The Camel:
God’s 007 In the spring of 1983, an unassuming, middle-aged fellow by the lofty name of Derry Mainwaring Knight appeared in Newick, East Sussex, and began attending the local Anglican church, St. Mary’s. He became a regular at Bible studies and prayer meetings. He offered to hand out Christian…
Sorry!…. I normally reserve this blog for formal research reference points, but today I’m going to break my rules slightly because I’m incensed by the findings of the Smith Review and so angry on behalf of the victims who have been wronged… again. Yet again the BBC has been absolved of any real responsibility for… Continue reading Dame Janet Smith Review -Savile & BBC