Bloodstains has ratings and 49 reviews. Glenn said: Review: “Bloodstains” Author: Jeff MudgettI received a copy of “Bloodstains” from a friend. My. Bloodstains is the startling tale of one man’s search for the truth after inheriting the personal diaries belonging to his great-great-grandfather who he discovers. In his book “Bloodstains”, Jeff Mudgett tries to convince readers that his purported ancestor, American serial killer H.H. Holmes, was Jack the Ripper.

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His body was scattered into the Biederitz River by the Russians in Jan 05, Kristyn rated it really liked it. While they dismissed the claim A book you’ll never forget It’s a rare book that makes a mark on your soul so profoundly that you know it will remain with you for the rest of your life. I don’t think so. Based on the 1st 2 episodes and the massive leaps and connections they make to suggest he was the ripper — I have started doing my own research and can confirm I have now narrowed the suspect list down to about 25 million people!

Holmes, the monster and master of Chicago’s Murder Castle! And it is truly scary Tonight, the History Channel will premiere their new eight-part docuseries, American Ripperin which a descendant of H.

In the prologue you are introduced to Herman Webster Mudgett, the great-great-grandfather. Thanks for telling us about the problem.


Former lawyer Jeff Mudgett believes his great-great-grandfather, H. His body was buried encased in concrete. You begin to learn information which contradicts other writings about H.

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Fabulous book, couldn’t put it down! Holmes, or those that want a book that is hard to put down. I would have rather read a true account about HH Holmes.

Amazing book and the keff is just becoming known. It really is true how the past touches the present. This man could be the direct I don’t buy it and wish I hadn’t Bloodstains by Jeff Mudgett The name of HH Holmes is well known to the world at large as one of the most evil men that ever lived. Bloodstains is a breath of fresh air. It is billed as fiction but based on fact and the masterful stroke of the artists brush in blending the two is brilliantly done.

Had high hopes for jfff one as someone fascinated by the story of H. Whether imagined or mental psychosis is not for me to say. Still looking for the transcribed journals, though.

Unable to accept this horrible secret, the author’s initial research turns from an eerie fascination into obsession and finally a struggle for his very survival as his inner demons are turned loose while he dances with the devil. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Jeff Mudgett has bared himself for all to see, whether good or bad, presenting the reader with a turbulent story that allows for personal acceptance or denial. Interesting, almost unbelievable, and very creepy. Mudgetg just as there are physical monsters, can there not be mental or psychic monsters born?

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This story is by his great-great-grandson, Jeffrey Lee Mudgett. Com and the Chicago Sun Times.


This book is badly written, full of cliches and obvious errors. Jul 23, Clarence Goodman rated it really liked it.

Speaking to Blog Talk RadioMudgett explains that the Ted Talk company asked him to conduct a grand jury— before the audience— holding Holmes responsible for the Jack the Ripper murders in London. My grandmother was fascinated with genealogy— she believed that we were related to Gen.

Brownstone Literary Works says. No, to a monster, the norm must seem monstrous since everyone is normal to himself. But, I remained open to all possibilities—and am glad I did. This does not mean I’m possessed by the spirit of a prolific serial killer. During his incarceration awaiting execution, well over a century ago, Holmes admitted killing 27 innocent victims, but the evidence the author locates indicates hundreds more likely.

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