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After Hours AM Author of Bloodstains and great, great grandson of H. H. Holms, Jeff Mudgget

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On a mind-boggling episode of After Hours AM/The Criminal Code —With hosts Joel Sturgis, Eric Olsen, and forensic psychologist Dr. Clarissa Cole — we talk with author Jeff Mudgett, direct descendant of notorious serial killer H.H. Holmes, about his book BLOODSTAINS, which puts forth the proposition that Holmes was also Jack the Ripper. Jeff will join us in hour 2; In hour 1, Joel, Eric, and Clarissa will sink their teeth into the week’s True Crime news and ponder the ramifications. BLOODSTAINS is the shocking tale of one man’s spiritual journey to find his heritage, only to discover his origins are rooted in a nightmare. After inheriting the personal diaries of his great-great-grandfather, Jeff Mudgett discovers that direct ancestor was America’s first and most notorious serial killer, Herman Webster Mudgett, better known as “H.H. Holmes.” Holmes was the mass murderer who struck terror into the nation as proprietor of the infamous Murder Castle, stalking the streets of Chicago during the 1893 World’s Fair. During his incarceration awaiting execution, well over a century ago, Holmes admitted killing 27 innocent victims, but evidence the author unearths indicates dozens, even hundreds more victims are likely. From his investigation, Jeff Mudgett learns that Holmes’ reign of terror was worldwide and not limited to Chicago. Based upon never-before revealed historical data, Jeff pieces together a dynamic and extraordinary puzzle, including the strong possibility that Holmes was also Jack the Ripper. HH Holmes Jack the Ripper BLOODSTAINS is precariously balanced on the very edge between non-fiction and the paranormal, as the author’s research of his evil ancestor quickly takes on a personal aspect. Jeff soon fears his efforts may have awakened the legendary ‘Holmes Curse’ of the 1890s. In fact, the deeper he digs into Holmes’ devilish past, the stronger the monste

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