My view: “Swiss cheese tastes good, but it has lots of holes and smells bad.”
Stephen Ryder, who runs Casebook.org, the definitive “everything Jack the Ripper” website, has commented about some of the holes here:
Buzzfeed article provides a timeline to show how Van Gogh’s life matches to murder. A London prostitute was murdered during the same time Vincent obtained a few days of freedom from his asylum.
Here’s a quick summary of Vincent Alias Jack on the place for scholarly research and discovery–Academia.edu.
The curiosity and controversy continue for VINCENT ALIAS JACK on the forum at Casebook.org.
Rush listeners–this is for real. I live in Realville, just like Rush and all of you. The initial discovery of hidden images led to 3 years of intense research, and the evidence is clear–Vincent van Gogh was Jack the Ripper!
Please help spread the news and get the story out there.
Thanks, Snerdley, for letting me on, and thanks Rush for allowing me to tell about the book. It means a lot to me. This one is for real.
Listen to the conversation here:
See 5 reasons why Van Gogh was Jack the Ripper at this BuzzFeed article. Shows the handwriting comparison and more.
Dale Larner’s April 27 interview with Burl Barer at True Crime Uncensored is now in the books and available. Mattt Alan, Howard Lapides, and Mark Boyer were also in attendance in this madhouse of fun and fascination. Great time! Full hour.
The fun and controversy continue for VINCENT ALIAS JACK on the forum at Casebook.org.
Radio interview set for April 27 at 5 p.m. EST with Burl Barer on his California based show True Crime Uncensored. Listen live online. Discussing VINCENT ALIAS JACK. Digging into the details behind the claim that Vincent van Gogh was Jack the Ripper. Hear the evidence. It’s for real. Van Gogh was not as he seems.
The controversy continues to heat up on the Jack the Ripper site Casebook.org.
The fun and controversy continue about VINCENT ALIAS JACK over at the forum on the fascinating website Unexplained-Mysteries.com. Take a look at the fun.
After listening to my wise and perceptive agent, Stacey Donaghy, and completing an additional edit of the manuscript to reduce the page size, VINCENT ALIAS JACK is now leaner and meaner and polished to a glimmering and shimmering shine.
And now . . . the starting gun has sounded, and the pitch to publishers has begun. Let the race begin!
Stay tuned . . .
More controversy about VINCENT ALIAS JACK at the Jack the Ripper website Casebook.org.
Have a look at the fun!
For those who haven’t heard . . .
I’ve obtained a literary agent for VINCENT ALIAS JACK! Needless to say, very excited about this. One step closer to getting it on the shelf. Here are the details.
The agency: Corvisiero Literary
The agent: Stacey Donaghy
Stacey is proving to be just the right agent for me. Besides keeping me in line, she’s also a little twisted like I am. Her enthusiasm and fascination for the book also makes her the ideal agent to represent the book to editors and publishers. Expecting great things.
Thanks for the patience of those who are following along with this. It will still require more, but less than before.
Visit the agency website to see my profile listed under Clients.
Challenges to the claim that Van Gogh was Jack the Ripper continue to arise on the forum at the Jack the Ripper website Casebook.org. Have a look at the fun.
Join the fun and send an email TODAY to Megyn Kelly at Fox News and request that she break the story that Vincent van Gogh was Jack the Ripper.
Challenges to the claim that Van Gogh was Jack the Ripper continue to arise on the forum at the informative Jack the Ripper website Casebook.org. Take a look.
More controversy brewing about Vincent van Gogh being Jack the Ripper over at the forum on the intriguing website Unexplained-Mysteries.com. Take a look at the fun.