Ok, somebody tell me how come I'd never even heard of Arden of Faversham, one of the "missing plays" of Shakespeare? I'm familiar with Cardenio, Love's Labour's Won and Sir Thomas More, but Arden of Faversham is a new one on me. Apparently it's about the 1551 murder of Thomas Arden, mayor of Faversham, by his wife.
Anyway, a bunch of scientists claim to have proven once and for all that Shakespeare wrote it. Using "computational stylistics" they've essentially created a fingerprint for Shakespeare's style, and they say that the play matches with a high enough accuracy to state that it was written by the same man.
Of course, nobody's mentioning this idea that if you don't believe Shakespeare wrote *any* of the plays, then this doesn't really prove anything :). What they're really saying is that "Whoever wrote the works attributed to Shakespeare also most likely wrote this one."