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An investigation into the supposed death of Christopher Marlowe, and how he could have survived the attack in Deptford in May 1593. The controversy of Marlowe's death has lasted four centuries. Who Died in Deptford? investigates not only the murder on Deptford Strand but also the relationship between Shakespeare and Marlowe, Marlowe's spying career, his importance in Walsingham's secret service and the cause of Richard Baines hatred of Marlowe. This book presents a new and revolutionary theory as to the Shakespeare-Marlowe connection, the events in Vlissingen, Kyd's arrest and the Baines Note, and the outcome of the conspiracy at Mistress Bull's house in Deptford, which will change the view of Marlowe and Shakespeare forever.