Respected Australian historian Russell Crowe today outlines details of startling new evidence regarding Robin Hood, that he has unearthed.
The new Robin Hood publication by Mr Crowe comes ten years after his first historical dissertation on the Roman Empire.
Mr Crowe has pointed out that he has built upon the past works of renowned Hoodcademics, Flynn, Brookes, Costner and Greene, whilst dispelling myths perpetrated by Praed, Connery and Connery.
Mr Crowe pointed out that manuscripts recently presented to him have outlined that the Sheriff of Nottingham was bipolar and also suffered from multiple personality disorder. All of which meant that Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham were one in the same.
"On a good day he would dress in Lincoln Green and hand out money to the poor, on a black day he would kill maim and terrorise the poor. It's no wonder the Sheriff never caught Robin Hood."
Mr Crowe was quick to point out that he quickly dismissed this evidence on the basis of it's remarkable similarity to another manuscript entitled "Fight Club" that was presented to him before he embarked upon his Roman Studies.