Jack the Ripper identified? Check ZOMBIE JESUS antho for more crackpot theories

So by now you may have heard the hubbub that Aaron Kosminski, a contemporary suspect in the Whitechapel murders, has been identified as Jack the Ripper in a mitochondrial DNA analysis of one of the victim’s shawls. Wow, and here I thought it was the Loch Ness Monster:

In ZOMBIE JESUS AND OTHER TRUE STORIES (Dark Moon Books), you’ll find E.F. Schraeder’s theory presented in “The Helpful Doctor” nestled between the Nessie-is-Jack bunko and the schizophrenic woman-hater slicing up prostitutes before his enforced incarceration on the believability spectrum, but you can’t rule it out. Or can you?

Of course you can.

Or can’t.

ZOMBIE JESUS AND OTHER TRUE STORIES, now available at Amazon.com.

ZOMBIE JESUS AND OTHER TRUE STORIES, now available at Amazon.com.

Same goes for all the stories brought together by ZOMBIE JESUS editor Max Booth III, like my wild-eyed ideas in “Sic Semper Versipellis” about why John Wilkes Booth really assassinated Abraham Lincoln … and it all adds up!

Each of the following tales touch on major flash points of western history, giving us a new perspective on all of them:

Pick up a copy of ZOMBIE JESUS AND OTHER TRUE STORIES and find out what your high school history teacher didn’t want you to know–the crackpot theories of a bunch of nutty writer types.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.
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