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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Bloodstains by Jeff Mudgett. I like my neighbors too, but I’d also like to kill them because they make a lot of noise, and their kids seem to not have shirts. The writing is not that refined.

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I find that I must write this review at night, in order to give proper deference to the things that go bump in the night. Better known by his alias H. Typos, inaccuracies, and just general poor writing make this a tough read all the way ’round.

His body was partially burned and buried in a shallow grave. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! And just as there are physical monsters, can there not be mental or psychic monsters born?


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Is bloodxtains the truth about holmes?? But, sometimes having peace is in the knowledge of knowing the truth. Whatever the truth is the story is compelling and terrifying. No, to a monster, the norm must seem monstrous since everyone is normal to himself.

The face and body may be perfect, but if a twisted gene or a malformed egg can produce physical monsters, may not the same process produce a malformed soul? I would have rather read a true account about HH Holmes. Jul 30, Sara rated it really liked it.

I cannot help but bloodsttains struck by the similarity. He had been buried in a box for some time. There are many great books out there on HH Holmes.

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The author is a direct descendant of serial killer Bloodstians Webster Mudgett, aka H. I want tell you unless you ask if you didn’t see the show. This is a fascinating if sometimes difficult story to follow but well worth the read for anyone interested in crime and history. 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.

Then there were the infamous Hitler Diaries. Are we seeing a pattern here? Be warned, this is not a book for the faint of heart as some of the descriptions of Holmes’ killings are just graphic enough to gross you out.


Holmes or Jack the Ripper, it’s all this with surprises at every turn. It is the story of a man faced with the incredulous information that he carries the blood mudgety a man that could best be described as your worst Satanic nightmare, and how he resisted it, plunged into it and came out the other side. 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.

Before you begin in earnest, please do something to set the stage. Mar 16, Kami Bumgardner rated it did not like it. Holmes, Are They One and the Same? Everyone has skeletons in their family closet. Interesting, almost unbelievable, and very creepy.

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