Camelot Castle Hotel: YouTube is NO LONGER your friend


BBC’s Inside Out trumps Camelot Castle Hotel’s own propaganda on YouTube

Search YouTube for ‘Camelot Castle Hotel’ and this is what you get: Mystic Ed and Fluffy’s gay marriage honeymoon review, BBC Inside Out’s highly critical 10 minute documentary and a BBC radio Cornwall expose on the same subject. In fact, 5 of the first 6 hits in YouTube are highly damning to Camelot Castle Hotel.

Once the home of Mappin & Stourton’s own brand of sickly video propaganda – such timeless classics as ‘Camelot Castle and Ted Stourton Parts 1, 2 and 3 and ‘Visitors to Camelot Castle’ come to mind – YouTube has now turned against Tintagel’s best-known Scientologist Hoteliers.

Now, topping the bill you can find such great new titles as “Camelot Castle Hotel – Dingy, Freaky, Sinister Scientology Fleapit for £300 per night”. Much more realistic, we think.

YouTube. The second most searched site online. Powerful stuff.

 

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2 Responses to “Camelot Castle Hotel: YouTube is NO LONGER your friend”
  1. Reality: it’s a bitch. Especially when you’ve been brainwashed by wacky cult nonsense, and can no longer tell the difference between truth and lies. Bad enough when they exist in your own head, but disastrous when you start describing your business in terms of how you wish it was, rather than how it is.

  2. beffie watson says:

    There’s only one way that the “happy scientologists” at the Camelot Castle Hotle can help us locals, and that is by running a professional hotel employing local people and using local suppliers: compare (or rather contrast) the Rick Stein effect on Padstow. The last thing we want is for one of our potentially major tourist landmarks to become run-down & disreputable, and known above all for NOT interacting with the local community, and bending over backwards NOT to employ anyone local. Under current circumstances, the idea that these people can “help” anyone down here is laughable.

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