Forged Bukowski signatures are all too common. I wonder if anyone has attempted to fake an entire manuscript? Meaning they get old paper, a typewriter, make up a poem or story that sounds like something Bukowski would have written, "sign" it, and sell it as a signed unpublished manuscript. It would take research, good knowledge of Buk's work and bio, and writing talent, but it could be done. I wonder if the average collector would somehow sense that it's a fake? To what degree does intuition enter into evaluating the authenticy of a manuscript?