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Get Real, 21 Aug. 2013
Winston Churchill called a fanatic "someone who won't change their mind and won't change the subject"
This book does something it never should have had to do in the first place; proves, beyond any reasonable doubt, that William Shakespeare the man from Stratford-upon-Avon wrote, performed in and was publicly acknowledged as the author of those plays attributed to him.
There is no evidence to suggest otherwise. Observe: A murder weapon with finger prints found at the scene of the crime is evidence. An object found nearby which matches the coroner's description of what might have been used is circumstantial evidence. An object found on the other side of town which KIND of looks like what MIGHT have been used but can't be because it was only made AFTER the murder happened is completely insignificant.
Poor Oxfordians. Churchill would definitely have called you fanatics.