The article is entitled Release Three.
For convenience, I reproduce the claim as it currently exists on the Southend Leaks web site.
Dr. David Kelly - Release Three
According to eyewitnesses the Kellys spent some time in North Cornwall during their sojourn to the West Country. They say they saw the Kellys at a secluded farmhouse there and felt they were resident.
The Kellys and the de Haans - Part One
Dr. David Kelly was seen at Higher Tresmorn Farmhouse in Crackington Haven, North Cornwall, a few days before he was found dead on Harrowdown Hill. He was in a distressed state. He was with his concerned wife and an unknown young woman, according to eyewitnesses.
At the time Higher Tresmorn Farmhouse offered holiday cottages to rent and these were administered by Mrs. Emma de Haan, at Thameside Cottage, Church Lane, Longworth, Oxfordshire.
At the time, Andrew de Haan lived at and managed Thames Side Farm in Longworth, Oxfordshire.
Within the boundaries of Thames Side Farm lies Harrowdown Hill.
Part two will be released tomorrow.
Given that the supposed witness(es) and the proprietor(s) of the Southend Leaks web site are all anonymous at the present time I think it's not unfair to examine it as if it were an anonymous tip off.
A quick search of the Internet confirms that Emma de Haan exists and it appears that she currently runs the Higher Tresmorn operation as a resident. There is evidence that she previously lived at Thameside Cottage, Longworth in 2003.
So, at a minimum, there appears to be some credible background content in the claim.
However each of the following points is, so far as I can see, no more than unsubstantiated claim at present:
1. That David Kelly was the man observed to be distressed.
2. That there was a young woman with the couple asserted to be David and Janice Kelly.
3. That the Kellys were present at Higher Tresmorn Farm.
4. That the Kellys were staying at Higher Tresmorn Farm.
It is also unclear on what date(s) the eyewitness(es) observed the couple and the young woman at Higher Tresmorn Farm.
It will be interesting to read tomorrow's installment to see if any weight is added to the claim that the Kellys were seen at Higher Tresmorn Farm.
In the context of the "Kelly Affair" it might be relevant to comment that a combined Bed and Breakfast / Self Catering Accomodation complex would be ideal "cover" for a possible safe house. An ongoing pattern of unfamiliar faces coming and going would be the norm.
Also, Higher Tresmorn Farm is only a few miles from GCHQ Bude (Morwenstow), a potentially suitable, highly secure location for David Kelly to be interviewed, interrogated and/or coached for his upcoming appearances before the Foreign Affairs Committee and/or Intelligence and Security Committees in July 2003.
Currently, I am unaware of any specific evidence to suggest that Higher Tresmorn Farm may be (or have been) a "safe house". Equally, I am unaware of any direct evidence that David Kelly entered GCHQ Bude. Such considerations are, currently, no more than speculation.