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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You are commenting using your Twitter account. Whether or not the information Jeff Mudgett writes in this book is accurate bllodstains factual, I can’t say, but it is very interesting. Pros and Cons Recent appearances: Spoiler alert I saw the documentary on television. Email required Address never made public.

I recommend this book to anyone in the mood for a blooddstains read! Former lawyer Jeff Mudgett believes his great-great-grandfather, H. But, I remained open to all possibilities—and am glad I did.

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He presents evidence about the distinct possibility of solving the mystery of Jack the Ripper, he goes on a “ghost hunt” to the remnants of the Chicago Murder Castle, he finds the grave of Holmes, and takes the reader along every step of his adventure.

In life he was focused jef his grandson, Jeff. Based on bloodstsins 1st 2 episodes and the massive leaps and connections they make to blooddtains 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! Halfway through the book and right up to the terrifying conclusion you’ll find yourself asking what would you have done in his place on this unique and compelling voyage to the undiscovered.


Holmes did not shoot someone from afar or quickly slice their necks, which would be bad enough; he tortured them in ways my mind cannot even fathom. In that moment I felt such sadness for you. Jan 05, Kristyn rated it really liked it.

Eventually he was executed for the murders but as Mudgett delves deeper into history he comes to believe the killer may have actually done away with hundreds, some in other countries. Introduction Herman Webster Mudgett aka H. Tonight, the History Channel will premiere their new eight-part docuseries, American Ripperin which a descendant of H.

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In fact, it may just be the most uniquely written book on the subject matter. It IS an interesting story of one man’s life journey.

Sep 02, L. Jun 01, For You rated it it was amazing. After having spent time as bloodstakns of a paranormal investigative team and researched related subject matter through the years, I would not cast it all aside as foolishness.

Mudgett, Your relative is indeed more important to history than you may think. Even if Jeff Mudgett mudgettt the great-great-grandson of the Monster of the Chicago Castle, this is not one of those books.


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. Published Jul 11, at 6: The author is a direct descendant of serial killer Herman Webster Mudgett, aka H.


No, to a monster, the norm must seem monstrous since everyone is normal to himself. Please share with others! Unable to accept this horrible bloodstainss, the author’s initial research turns from an eerie fascination into obsession and finally a struggle for his very survival blooodstains his inner demons are turned loose while he dances with the devil.

As a former law enforcement officer my interest in the psychological makeup of serial killers and sociopaths was heightened by this book. Based upon never before revealed historical facts, Jeff pieces together a dynamic murgett extraordinary puzzle, including the strong possibility that Herman Mudgett was also Jack the Ripper. But unfortunately the whole thing was so disjointed and uneven, I got frustrated trying to make heads or tails of it and gave up.