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Jeff Mudgett, Author of BLOODSTAINS, Talks about Self-Publishing, Writing, and Jack the Ripper

BLOODSTAINS author, Jeff Mudgett, great-great-grandson of the evil serial killer, H. H. Holmes, will be switching gears this week on scheduled radio show appearances.

Jeff Mudgett, Bloodstains, HH Holmes, ImaginePublicity

On Monday, June 10 Jeff will be appearing on The John Tobin Show to discuss his personal experience writing and publishing his book, BLOODSTAINS. Mudgett didn’t take the traditional path, self-published the book and made it a quick success. He will share with listeners the mistakes he made, as well as the mountains of research done to the credit of writing a best-selling book and it’s path to being made into a major motion picture.

Offered deals from publishers, Jeff Mudgett made the decision to keep control of his writing, to continue to make his own decisions about the way the book would be portrayed in future endeavors.

Jeff Mudgett says, “Amazon and self-publishing provide all of us our greatest tool ever to express our 1st Amendment rights. The mistakes I made publishing BLOODSTAINS need never be made again by the next first time struggling author. I welcome the opportunity to divulge what I would have done differently.”

The John Tobin Show, Jeff Mudgett, Bloodstains, ImaginePublicity

The John Tobin Show can be heard live and listeners can participate in the interactive chat room at All 1 Broadcast.Com

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Switching gears on Wednesday, June 12, Jeff Mudgett will appear on Paranormal Radio to talk about his possible connection to the mystery of Jack the Ripper!

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One chapter in the book BLOODSTAINS author and HH Holmes great-great-grandson, Jeff Mudgett, explores the possibility of his ancestor being the infamous late 1800’s serial killer, Jack the Ripper.

He skillfully presents the evidence and allows the reader to make their conclusions. Is there enough there to make a positive identification?

On his website Mudgett’s superimposed photo of HH Holmes and the known description of Jack the Ripper is quite uncanny, as well as samples of handwriting with experts saying it’s likely they are one and the same. Take a look and you decide!

 The expert recommended by the British Library concluded, “same hand”

The computer program utilized by the Postal Service and Department of Justice returned a number of 97.95% similarity..

Paranormal Radio hosts will be digging deeper into this very real possibility. Listen and chat LIVE on ZTalkRadio.Com

HH Holmes, Jack the Ripper, Bloodstains, Jeff Mudgett, ImaginePublicity

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.

Suggested topics:

  • BLOODSTAINS,  Journey of the Decendant of serial killer H. H. HolmesBloodstains, Jeff Mudgett,ImaginePublicity
  • Evidence of Jack the Ripper and H. H. Holmes, Are They One and the Same? You Decide
  • Epilepsy: The Hidden Diagnosis
  • Self-Publishing vs Traditional Publishing: Pros and Cons

To schedule Jeff Mudgett for your next event, contact ImaginePublicity at 843-808-0859 or email  contact@imaginepublicity.com

For more information about purchasing BLOODSTAINS, refer to the website BloodstainsTheBoook.Com

“While most of BLOODSTAINS is absolutely true, portions are a figment of my very fertile imagination, so jump on, buckle your seat belt tight and prepare to experience the wildest literary ride you’ve been on in quite a while.” JLM

Jeff Mudgett, Author of BLOODSTAINS, Talks about Self-Publishing, Writing, and Jack the Ripper

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