Though not directly connected to the cult, Katherine (“Kat”) Jones knew Douglas Hanna as an acquaintance. The two had seen each other at mutual friend’s parties and thus had a visual rapport, if nothing else.
Lured in by Remy White, it didn’t take long before Douglas became entangled with the Hammet cult and their “eccentric” behaviour. Although no formal confessions have been made, it is assumed that they met in a bar. Accusations have been put forward that Remy actually sought out Douglas Hanna online, locating him on a free dating website. Her motivation for doing so? To upset Kat.
An independent painting contractor, Douglas Hanna was known to be a fan of theatre and often would attend local performances on Granville Island.
Allegedly shortly after escaping the Hammet cult, freed by Kat Jones as she left, Douglas Hanna committed suicide in his apartment. The scenario in which he was found was deemed to appear extremely suspicious, and it is presumed that the Hammet cult were responsible for Hanna’s death. The autopsies and analysis of the crime scene have determined that the suicide seemed genuine. Suspicions remain that this was outside of Douglas Hanna’s character, and that in order for this to have taken place, he must have been coerced.
Douglas Hanna leaves behind a sister, his parents and two grandparents. At the time of his death he was not in a relationship, and had no children.
By her own frequent admission, Stephanie Radcliffe is one lucky girl that has Neyla Reed to thank for her life.
Once Ms Radcliffe entered the world of online dating, her casual encounters took her from her once timid self to the more taboo regions of fictional fantasy. A slew of poor choices culminated with her becoming involved with the Hammet cult.
Like many Millennial women, Stephanie developed a thing for the vampire characters. Their charms enticed and hooked he, before long she was amongst the Hammet cult’s online community.
Stephanie began seeing one of the members regularly, believing she was in a relationship. She felt she could trust him and began indulging in blood donations. This quickly went awry as Ms Radcliffe was forced into continual drainings.
She ultimately got away once freed and refused to be interviewed, but we have persuaded Stephanie to allow the footage of her to be included in this documentary.
Since being freed, Miss Stephanie Radcliffe has gone on to fight against the online venues and forums that allowed her to become caught up in this mess. She campaigns heavily for background checks on all dating sites, and for greater scrutiny of those that participate.
The cliche that, “It’s always the quiet ones” that have the wildest side and the darkest personality is consistently stated by her former colleagues and friends as they describe Tea Wu.
A former prominent researcher for a nationally recognized online lifestyle magazine (lifestyle in general, not to be confused with “the lifestyle” promoted by the Hammet cult), Tea Wu was not known by most people for anything other than being the shy girl in the office that appeared to be working all the time.
The issue was that she wasn’t always working, according to her browsing history, she was regularly looking for new sexual partners and unique experiences. Hence why she ended up near death at the hands of the Hammet cult.
It was sheer luck that Tea managed to survive the Hammet cult drainings. If Neyla Reed hadn’t walked in looking for Troy Rothko and discovered her, Tea Wu would be another statistic on top of the 48 victims.
Although unwilling to involve herself in any interviews for the ‘We Regret Nothing’ documentary, Ms. Wu did consent to allow the footage of her release for inclusion.
Since the release of the documentary we have received no further updates from the family or Tea Wu herself.