Helen Hermione Pike is a liar and a thief. She has looted an estate
that she swore to protect. She has stolen from her own family. She
has lied to conceal her thefts. If you have been re-directed to this web site
from St Margaret's Church, Burnage, Manchester, then you will
recognize Helen Pike as a former Lay Reader at your church. What
hypocrisy! She preaches to others that they should do good deeds in
the name of Christ, while committing atrocities in her own life.
To make sure there is no mistake as to which Helen Pike this web site
is about, here is her address:
Helen Pike was left £70,000 in her late brother's Will.
This comprised £50,000 in cash and £20,000 in Tax Paid. This is of
course a generous amount. But Helen Pike was not content
with this amount. She went to the hospital where her late brother died
and, in conspiracy with her brother, Francis Arnold Hampson, she obtained
the keys to her late brother's house. Together they entered their
late brother's house and proceeded to loot the house.
How dare you even think such a thing, much less say it out loud.
They took all the
silver, including a model of a wheelbarrow crafted in silver, cases
of silver cutlery, several diamond rings and other expensive jewelry,
and a large collection of paintings and ceramic art. They completed
these acts of burglary before they even notified their late brother's
son of his father's death.
These items are of intense emotional attachment to their nephew, and
of course are rightfully the property of their nephew. But yet they
refuse to return these items. They even stole the wedding rings of their late
brother and his wife, and refuse to return these to their nephew, even
thought they are aware of the intense emotional torment that the loss
has inflicted upon their brother's son.
Helen Pike gave away the contents of her nephew's house to her family
and friends. She invited her friends to tour the house and help themselves
to anything they wanted. She then lied to conceal her thefts. Helen Pike
What would your father think if he knew you thought like that ?
is a pathological liar: She does not see anything wrong with lying,
she lies gratuitously. When she is caught in a lie she acts indignant
as if the person that has caught her lying is the bad guy, while
Helen Pike is quite justified in lying. She uses manipulative language
such as "What would your father think if he knew you thought like that"
and "How dare you even think such a thing, much less say it out loud".
She repeatedly tried to convince her nephew that he was wrong to doubt her,
and by wrong she meant not just mistaken, but evil, ungrateful, a bad person
for doubting her. Her techniques are precisely the same as those used by
paedophiles to mess with the heads of their victims.
Another cowardly technique that Helen Hermione Pike used was to accuse
others of stealing property that she herself had stolen.
a bookcase from her nephew's house, then repeatedly stated that it had
been stolen by Durrants Auction Rooms.
Durrants must have taken your property.
When Durrants denied taking the
bookcase, she insisted that they were lying. Helen Pike made up
elaborate stories to support her original lies. She claimed that the
bookcase had been damaged by damp conditions, and had rotted. This lie
was disproved because there was no damp in the parquet floor or baseboard
in the location where the bookcase had stood. Also, books that were taken
from the bookcase were in pristine condition. Also, the structure of
the bookcase was such that the upper and lower halves were separable
and usable independently. Thus even if the bottom half had been damaged
from standing on a damp floor (which it was not), the upper half would
have been unaffected.
Helen Hermione Pike was named as an executor in her late brother's
Will. Her nephew was also named as an executor. After her brother's
death Helen Pike committed perjury to obtain a Grant of Probate that
excluded her nephew; this enabled her to loot her late brother's
It has to be done right.
estate in blatant defiance of her deceased brother's wishes. Helen Pike
invited her family and friends to tour her late brother's home and
help themselves to any property they wanted. But she was not satisfied
with looting the estate of valuable items; she also deliberately and
willfully destroyed precious and irreplaceable family momentos. Even
her nephew's photographs of his parents, and his childhood, were
deliberately destroyed. Helen Pike, in collaboration with her family
and friends, embarked on a campaign of taunting their nephew: They would
delight in telling him how his most cherished possessions had been taken
to a local landfill, all that he had of his late mother and father
destroyed and placed in a garbage dump. And then to add insult to injury,
Helen Pike abused her position as an executor of the estate to use
the financial assets of the estate to pay for these atrocities, to hire
local waste removal firms to destroy these precious items. Her nephew
was the residual beneficiary of the estate: Any money not consumed by
Helen Pike would go to her nephew. Thus she forced her nephew to pay
the financial costs of the destruction of everything that mattered to him in
this world. Whenever her nephew would beg her to leave his property alone,
and to stay away from his family home, she would reply with phrases such as:
"It has to be done right", and "trust me". She would fake indignation at
any suggestion that she should not be trusted, while employing local
thugs to physically assault her nephew in his own home with a large
German Shepard Dog.
One example that illustrates Helen Pike's Pathological Lying is the case
of the Bang & Olufsen colour TV set: This was bought by her deceased
brother, and was in his home at the time of his death.
I have no idea what happened to your TV set.
The deceased was
very proud of his TV set; it was one of the few luxuries that he
allowed himself in an otherwise frugal life.
Helen Pike gave this TV set away to a local thug, Brian Allan, in payment
for his help in looting her deceased brother's home. When her nephew
asked her what had happened to this TV set, she initially said that she
had no knowledge of it's existence, and certainly no knowledge of
what had happened to it. Later she changed her story claiming that it
had been taken by Durrants Auction Rooms. She even wrote a letter,
that she was clearly told would be used as evidence in a court of law,
in which she told the same story.
avoidance of doubt: Helen Pike deliberately and willfully made a false written
statement with the full knowledge that it was intended to be used as evidence.
This is contempt of court and perjury. She thinks nothing of lying to the
court to conceal her thefts. Indeed, when she was caught in this lie
she had the audacity to say that she was "less than forthcoming". She said
that her lying was justified because if she had told her nephew the truth
that she had stolen his his TV set and given it to her friends, then her
nephew would have demanded the return of his TV set.