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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This site uses cookies. He has been extensively interviewed on radio and television, including an extended interview with Ancestry. Spoiler alert I saw the documentary on television. My grandmother was fascinated with jefc she believed that we were related to Gen. This is a sincere and serious inquiry.

ejff Jeff Mudgett is available for keynotes, speaking engagements, workshops and presentations including not only the book Bloodstains and the information contained, but he also speaks to audiences about writing, publishing, and epilepsy. Hyde and Dracula rolled up into one convenient ball, bouncing up after all these years right onto the family’s front porch.

In fact, it may just be the most uniquely written book on the subject matter. An interesting look into the mind of a killer. Finally, with nowhere else to turn, Bloodsains is forced to make the decisions of his genetic lifetime in a life-or-death struggle in bloodstalns to win the greatest prize of all: Once they were considered the visible punishments for concealed sins.


Struggling with resisting the orders of the Voice and following his own moral compass he is driven to the brink of disaster.

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He has this possession epiphany when he realizes he’d like to kill his neighbor, whom he normally likes. Holmes or Jack the Ripper, it’s all this with surprises at every turn. Fabulous book, couldn’t put it down!

Holmes, the infamous serial killer, yet calling him such does his pure evil little justice as you come to know him throughout the book. The story is truly compelling.

It’s a truly fascinating book that explores both the mind of a truly heinous serial killer – as well as that mudgrtt his great-great-grandson. Refresh and try again. I give this mdgett the highest marks for the depth its journey carries a reader.

Updated Jul 11, at 6: I met author Jeff Mudgett while working at a fancy hotel where he was staying while promoting his book on H. I have taught Language Arts my entire career. I am facinated by serial killers, so know I approach this from that slant. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: The writing is not that refined.



No trivia or quizzes yet. 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. Learning the facts about his ancestry plunged Mudgett into a full investigation about the forefather from which he unexpectedly learned he was descended, the infamous serial killer, H.

Even if you are a skeptic, there is a certain aspect of Jeffery Mudgett’s exploration that makes one wonder, even if only from a genetic perspective. Move over Stephen King … no really, move over. Suffice it to say the main character Jeff reminded me almost exactly of my father with all of his sarcasm and logical perspective on life.


Holmes aka My Great Great Grandfather. Bloodstains The most unique combination of psychological thriller, true crime, and horror on the market today.

I also believe there will be readers who do not complete the book simply because it evokes such a spectrum of horrid mental images.