A victim of the VIP paedophile guest house has told the Sunday People of the horrors that went on there.
The former care home orphan says he and his 12-year-old brother were sent by staff to the Elm Guest House for “a treat”.
There they were lured into cider and beer-drinking races to get them drunk and ordered to dress in girls’ fairy costumes while their pictures were taken.
Finally they were forced to take part in vile sex acts after phoney games of hide-and-seek.
The victim, now a family man, broke down in tears as he told the Sunday People of his nightmare at the Elm – and how his tormented brother killed himself a decade after leaving care. Source.
Peter Hatton-Bornshin, who was in the care of the Grafton Close Children's Home as a teenager and abused at Elm House, took his own life at the age of 28. Source.
Even Jim Brandon's Fayette Factor name game raised its head:
A former child protection officer claimed...a Special Branch detective held a gun to his head to stop him investigating a VIP paedophile ring.
Chris Fay said he was pinned to a wall and throttled before being given a chilling warning to “back away” from allegations surrounding the notorious Elm Guest House in Barnes, south-west London.
Young boys in care were allegedly taken there in the Eighties to be abused by high-profile MPs and other powerful establishment figures.
Mr Fay, who worked for the now-defunct National Association of Young People In Care, accused the Metropolitan Police of acting like “gangsters” when news of the scandal broke in 1990. He revealed how some Special Branch members routinely threatened him and his colleagues and even victims over a three-month period of intimidation.
His shocking claims come as West Yorkshire Police faces accusations that the force protected paedophile Jimmy Savile. Source.
More summaries of this Elm House scandal can be found in "Elm Guest House and the Can of Worms," "The Friday Morning Club," and Wikipedia's "Elm Guest House Child Abuse Scandal."