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Then you FF said this. I personally am not looking for any sexual titillation here though if I was, I would undoubtedly want to hear from genuine females and hence be frustrated if people were pretending. And yet you were part of it. Obviously you can forget the PM I sent you

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HHmmmm! I’m not sure how I feel about this. There is no doubt that some (only a percentage) of the stories on these forums that pertain to be fact, are fiction, and some previous "Lady" posters have been unmasked as being guys. But Lucy seemed so REAL! In hindsight, I think that the Lucy stories are acceptable as the forum description does say "Fact or fiction, your writings are welcomed here", and Heelfan has done nothing wrong in posting them. HOWEVER: (and I say this in my stern voice, whilst looking over my glasses) Heelfan, I am disappointed that your Lucy persona has expanded from just the stories, to replying to other posts, giving advice (deceitfully from a woman’s perspective to other women) and even replying to PM’s. If Lucy had just stuck to writing her memoirs, then we could all laugh about this as a humorous prank. I think you should be made to go without your roast dinner and stand in the corner for the rest of the day whilst you contemplate your actions! :-?

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Then you FF said this.

I personally am not looking for any sexual titillation here though if I was, I would undoubtedly want to hear from genuine females and hence be frustrated if people were pretending.

And yet you were part of it.

Obviously you can forget the PM I sent you

Well, I can't see anything wrong with my statement. I can appreciate the frustration some people may feel, that's all I was trying to say.

However, I'm in a position of trust and I can't abuse that trust by revealing things about posters that they don't choose to reveal themselves on the board. It doesn't matter that I happen to have met HF in real life. That goes for anyone who posts here wherever they are from and whoever they are.

I do however reserve the right to post information about people who abuse the board including their ip provider, and contact, location etc. Abuse would mean in this context malicious trolling, posting of pornography etc. It doesn't include fantasy or fiction.

There are a variety of people who post here, but if someone doesn't offer irrefutable evidence of who they are by posting pictures or other stuff, I'd personally regard them with a very large caveat.

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I hope to say more further when there's more time. But for now, my comment would be my compliments to you, Heelfan for crafting such a delightfully detailed account of so many varied high heel adventures. My vote is for you to continue the series exactly as before and that you do retain "Lucy" as the author's moniker.

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Copyof Nhoj62's posting todayon the thread where matter began: who would have thought it our very own conspiracy right here on the boards, and by one of the regulars too, how really naughty. lol credit to hf for pulling it off for so long. but shame to let so many down with abit of a bump. later nhoj62

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Well, thank you one and all for a veritable bevy of responses so soon after spilling the beans! To my amazement and profound relief, the general concensus seems positive ratrher than negative. Most of you have said nice things about Lucy's Stories, and the only inevitable downer is that I've let theLucy fans down with a sudden bump, and I'm very sorry about that. All in all, the general flavour seems to be that I should continue, so I'll try and do that and see what happens. To answer each of you in turn: Bubba136 - Thanks for saying you though they were good stories. JeffM - The Tom in question was Tom-NL. Several Netherlanders already knew about my authorship, but I must stress that Tom-NL was not a conspiritor. Far from it, he must have watched the board like a hawk, and ages ago he sent a message via Firefox that Lucy once or twice signed herself Heelfan (although it was rapidly corrected). You might call him a sort of lay watchdog! Rob - Thanks for saying the stories seemed so "Real". In fact all of them WERE real, it's just that they were experienced by an assortment of high heel girls (but not Lucy) and vividly remembered by me. Raincat - Thanks everso much for your compliments! Allu - Thank you for accepting the switch of author so graciously! Nhoj62 - Thank you for giving me such credit, but I agree that the downside was certain people's disappointment, particularly DawnHH it seems. I do feel grotty about that, especially as he has all the worry of Mickey's health problems to contend with at present. Firefox - Well what can I say to my golfing partner, fellow heel-meet attender and moderator extraordinaire? Good old Firefox has known about the true authorship for almost a year-and-a-half since Lucy's Stories began, and has shouldered the difficult responsibility of keeping my trust and confidence. He has told me on occasion that it is "cool" to put Lucy's Stories on the fact/fiction story sections, but has curbed my (often rather wild) enthusiasm to post Lucy in places such as the "For the Gals" forum, which I have been observing much more carefully lately. My thanks to you all again one and all for such frank and gratifying responses! Cheerfully yours, Heelfan

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I posted this response to Heelfan on Jennys forum, but felt it was worth repeating here. Well Heelfan! You had me totally fooled. I must admit to being disappointed that Lucy is a figment of your imagination, but my congratulations to you on writing it so well. I would have never believed for one minute that a guy could have written this stuff so convincingly. It’s a shame that Lucy doesn’t exist as she was perfect, everything I find sexy about women. In fact too good to be true, but I guess you were playing on that a bit with us heel loving guys. You have certainly had some great heel experiences, so I would like you to continue with them under your own name, particularly your real life encounters, which in my opinion are so much better than anything made up. A quick question on the Chinaheel mule roadtest. Is that made up or do you know anybody who bought a pair? Thanks for coming clean Heelfan. Cheers, Paul.

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These are my comments that I posted in another thread: This isn't the first time something like this has occurred here. There's been lots of others (I currently have my doubts about at least two others that comment and post pictures, here). However, besides the fact that some of us have been made fools of while coming to the defense of (Lucy) a fraud, which really makes us feel (and look) foolish, no real harm has been done -- other than to our gullibility and pride, and to the credibility of the author. When on the Internet, I constantly think of what Sasha used to say. That is: "Hey this is the Internet. Anyone can be anything they want to be. Afterall, its just entertainment." That being said, however, I really enjoy the stories. I do a great deal of reading and recognize a well-written work when I see it. It's the images invoked by the story that really count. And you, Lucy-heelfan, good at. For my part, heelfan, keep it up -- after all, it's not the author that matters. (P.S. Were jo's comments that the stories were copied from another website, true?)

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Heelfan I have already told you, as Lucy, what I think of your stories and your writing ability through my replies to Lucy's stories. They were genuine even though she was is a fictional chararcter. I guess what upset me more about what you have done is how you let us all know. Why didnt you wait until you had finished them all then tell us that they were in fact written by you, not Lucy. Why let us know in this fashion, doesnt make sense to me. I will probably go on reading them even with my pride in tatters because like most I am addicted to them. Jeff (Note, no best wishes for you any more, you've used up your share)

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Hi Jeff! Regarding my confession, I didn't decide to do it now of my own volition and let you all down with a bump. I feel VERY grotty about that. No, I was rumbled! I am very scatty (as Firefox will tell you, leaving golf clubs etc. everywhere) and I inadvertantly signed one of my Lucy postings "Heelfan". Well, as you can imagine, once four separate members had immediately noticed that, I had to come clean and tell all! Sorry! Regarding your other question about Jo, that was completely incorrect. I (Heelfan and Lucy) only discovered and started on the Internet in the late Spring of 2003, and started Lucy's Story from scratch. I've only ever posted it on Jenny's Forum with Spikesfan (and then me) duplicating it across to this Megaforums "Stories" Forum. I got quite frustrated that someone should claim to have read it all before somewhere. It was all 100% fresh and original. That's why I started dropping real-time times and dates into my ongoing chapters to show that they were being written there and then. After that the "old hat" comments abruptly stopped, thank goodness. Yours frankly and sincerely, and thanks for the compliments on the writing quality! Cheers, Heelfan

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I do hope you continue to do "Lucy's" stories. I always look forward to the next instalment. It is exciting! I always have taken most things I find on the net to be more fiction than fact, so it doesn't bother me in the least to find out that Lucy is a creation, not real. The interesting part is to find out that several of these things did happen, just to different people. You do paint a wonderful picture of what it must have been like to live then, and that is most of the charm for the stories for me anyway. The rest is just bonus! Jinxie

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I'm inclined to say you may as well continue writing your stories, they seem quite popular here and I doubt that will change. I do feel you owe a bit of an apology to those you offered advice to under the guise of being female and to a few posters earlier in this thread that you were rather rude to when you were so ardently defending your alter ego.

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To Rand and Jeff: Hi Rand! Yes, I totally agree with you. As I've already said both here and on Jenny's forum, the really grotty thing for me about being exposed was not the exposure itself, but letting the Lucy "fans" down with a big bump. So yes, yet another big "Sorry" from me to you Rand and everyone! Jeff: Oh yes, you have to be totally scatty to play jazz! And I'm scatty with life in general. Whenever I have these Heel-Meets with Firefox and all the rest of the UK heel-gang, they're forever picking up things I've left in golf clubs, restaurants, shoe shops etc. And of course, it was my scattiness that caused me to sign a Lucy posting as "Heelfan"! I've been a real silly-billy! Cheerfully yours, Heelfan

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Hi Heelfan, I'm glad to hear that your stories are all based on fact, which to me makes them far more exciting. Having said that, I'm now extremely jealous of the fantastic life you have led with girls in the most amazing high heels. One thing that always had me curious about Lucy ( I never asked, not wanting to pry into peoples private lives) is how such a seemingly attractive and perfect example of a high heeled godess appeared to be single. It had crossed my mind that she may want to keep a husband and children out of her posts for personnel reasons. So tell me Heelfan, how did you envisage her ? I guess it simplified things on your part to make out she lived alone. Cheers, Paul.

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Heelfan, I don't mind so much that the stories were posted under a nom de plume, but I'm not particularly happy about the other posts made under Lucy's name. You were not only claiming to be female, but gave people advice based on that premise. I know that many people live out their fantasies on the internet, but it's disappointing to find out that you've been lied to, especially as our female members are so valued. Chris

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To Paul, Jeff and Chris:

Hi Paul! Thankyou! Yes, I've been fortunate to be constantly in the very best of high-heel circles since my schooldays! As a professional dance-band and jazz double bass player, I constantly played on the Queen Elizabeth and other luxury liners where all the passengers came dolled-up to the nines (amazing heels!). In the sixties I actually worked at the incredible Regent Shoes (then the best high-heel shop in the universe!) as their window-dresser and witnessed all the wonderful events that Lucy described! I've played at countless wedding receptions where ladies are always at their most heely, also in television studio bands where we accompanied beauty queen contests (5" + heels!) and also I did a season at the actual Little Canada Holiday Camp on the Isle of Wight, playing the music for the "Miss High Heels" competition that Lucy entered, and at the Connaught Rooms where Lucy was first spotted byClarence (for that read where my own girlfriend-to be was spotted by me!).

At the age of sixty, I'm still running three jazz bands and sighting all the fantastic heels! Dr. Shoe and Ruth came to see my 16-Piece Big Band when we performed at a jazz concert in Knightsbridge, London last month.

Maybe if you PM him he'll tell you all about it! Yes, it's been a fantastic lifetime of spotting the best high heels around! Wahay!

Regarding Lucy's "Home Alone" lifestyle, as I've announced that, by popular request, I'll be carrying on the Lucy's Story (but with Heelfan as author), we musn't spoil the Story by jumping ahead, must we! (tease, tease!). All I'll say is that a very good reason will emerge in due course as to why Lucy lives alone.

Hi Jeff! Well said!

Hi Chris! Thank you for putting that very good question to me. It is certainly a serious one and it was asked (equally profoundly but in much greater detail) by the very gentlemanly Puffer on Jenny's Forum: http://members3.boardhost.com/jennyheels/?982958163

In reply to Puffer's long, thorough posting, I endeavoured to reply with a similarly long and sincere response which, I hope, it will convey to you my sincere thoughts on that issue. Further interesting debate then ensued.

Sincerely yours, Heelfan

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I have just been back to the start of this thread where SpikeFan told of his copying across the posting of our beloved Lucy.

The second posting on this thread was from Heelfan who had this to say speaking about Lucy's story.

I think they are superb, but then, I seem to be only one of an ever-growing number of fans of Lucy's. I won't enthuse any more, because all of her stories speak for themselves.

Nothing like a bit of self praise Heelfan. A bonus for us, we can take the mickey out you for a couple of months on this at least.

I hope you have broard shoulders. :-?

Give my love to Lucy when next you see her.

Jeff

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Quite right Jeff, it's another exposee to add to Heelfan's Hall of Shame! Having produced an 18-month output of 53 Chapters and countiess ancillary postings, replies etc. at least I can console myself that I've given you all abundant material to sift through, peruse, digest, analyse and quote for evermore! Enjoy! I am telling myself "As ye maketh thy bed, so shall ye lie on it!". and "As ye shall sow, so shall ye reap!". Cheerfully yours, Heelfan

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HA! 'Tis to laugh! :D I enjoyed Lucys' stories & posts and applaud her bravado & expertise! I'm sure "Lucy" exists at some level and enjoy "her" stories & hope they continue! I don't see any harm being done. :-? As for me, well, I'm quite busy of late. I'm leaving the Law and going to entertain more and persue other interests. It's time for me to get out & tend to my first love and continue my journey towards a better understanding of my beliefs. The good news is that I'm getting more ideas for stories to share with you all and will keep on clik-clik-clik'ing away in my 5.5" stilettos! :wink: My love to all, especially Lucy! Namaste', Anita C. - STILL a adamant LUCY fan!

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Hi Anita! Firstly, thanks for being one of those who've reacted to my Lucy unmasking in such a sporting way! Secondly, If you are leaving law and entering entertaining (note the alliteratation), I must immediately repeat my long-standing invitation to you to to come over and do some stuff with my jazz bands as "Star jazz singer from the States"! I'll PM you regarding that as soon as I can! I'd be interested to know more about your "beliefs", and I'll certainly give your love to Lucy! Cheers, Heelfan

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Just a quick posting to say that my Lucy's Stories are back! Chapters 54 and 55 are now posted on Jenny's Forum and duplicated here on this thread, Fondly yours, Lucy H.F.

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Hey heelfam! Why not offer AnitaC a gig with your band(s)? Wouldn't it be nice to see not only the band director but also the star of the show in stiletto heels?

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Keep working at it! Anita has sent me a couple of lovely friendly postings (despite last week's exposee) so her switch from the courtroom to full-time singing/comedy bodes well for her to consider some UK guest spots, I would have thought! Love, Lucy H. F.

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who is in charge of story making in this website? maybe I can make a story and so you like it if has a happy ending :-) Thank you for your kind messages

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