MTA Interview with Dr Nick Barratt regarding Pigott's house.
Dr Joshua Schwieso, research scholar and lecturer at the University of West of England, wrote his PhD thesis on the Agapemone (The Cult of Smyth-Pigott). Dr J Schwieso confirms that Smyth-Pigott had refrained from his claims of being God well before 1908. The founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad عليه السلام had warned Smyth-Pigott to refrain from such a claim or he would be annihilated. This warning, and immense pressure from the Christian society kept Pigott from making such bold claims again. His cult no longer exists. Not a single person claims affiliation. He is interviewed at the Abode of Love in Spaxton, Somerset.
2 Interviews with Kate Barlow author of The Abode of Love: The Remarkable Tale of Growing Up in a Religious Cult can be heard here.
More on the Agapemonites.