The very idea that so many people have been suggested as the author of Shakespeare's work in itself to me is enough to show that it is a mad idea, it's just crazy!
If we ever were to succeed in accepting the Marlowe Authorship Thesis (Briefly: the true matchless genius and "poet" was forced in 1593 to feign his death, change identity and hold to his promise to never identify himself and to write under multiple pen names), this can only be achieved in incremental steps rather than all at once.-
A first step is to provide and to accept evidence that Marlowe was hiding behind individual author-pen names -
Blogs 392-398 regard the narrative poem "Willobie His Avisa"(1594) of an anonymous author "H.W." supposed to be Henry Willobie. The poem entered in the registers of Stationer's Hall on 3 September 1594.
In 1886 John Leigh, President of the Spenser Society, wrote in a preface to a Reprint of AVISA that Henry Williobie could well have been a pseudonym .(s.next Blogs)
Significant arguments (s.subsequent Blogs) imply that the author of "WILLOBIE HIS AVISA" has been the "true" Shakespeare [alias Marlowe]