Sociopaths are not people. I should know. I am one. A sociopath is very well hidden in the world. They're always aware of their surroundings. Often forget the unimportant. I have managed to see one other sociopath in my life and I was pretty glad I never had to see them again. Not because I was scared, but because they were real and obvious. Sociopaths have a lack of remorse which explains why I don't have empathy for people. But one thing I have always hated about humans is that they always go by what they see written online. A sociopath is not someone who has the same character traits as described online. People are so gullible to believe everything they see, even if there's no proof. There are things worth telling and others worth explo…Read more >
Posted at the link are 52 shows from the Mutual Broadcasting System radio program starring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson.
The show was sponsored in 1939-40 by Grove's Bromo Quinine and later enjoyed an extended run as The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes under the sponsorship of Petri Wines. These recordings are of varying quality with most in the good to very good sound range. The files have been tagged with the most accurate information available and each file name begins with the original broadcast air date. ——internet archive
Here is a list of all of the actors who played Sherlock Holmes in Old Time Radio (OTR). All worth listening to, all fine actors fo…
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Hey there Potterheads.
I would like to ask you a few questions and yes this is not wiki related but it is FANDOM related, so very important.
Do you like this wiki? Do you enjoy coming here and editng/posting/commenting and being a user? Do you enjoy open internet or perfer a bureaucratic internet run by government organisations? Do you like open internet?
I know these are rhetorical questions. The answers are yes, yes, yes and yes. But the European Union seems to disagree and probably doesn't support Open internet, which may result in deletion of many wiki contents and even many wikis itself!
Want to know how? Here it is . Support FANDOM.Read more >
I'm a fan of the Holmes franchise (if you would call it that) though I've only read most of Detective Conan and the Boy Sherlock Holmes series . And so most of my works will revolve around that certain series. However I do enjoy helping out and would love to start reading the originals written by Conan Doyle. So you probably will see me around. Cheers!Read more >
Hi! I'm a private investigator. (Not really) *takes out FBI card* There. Believe me? Hahaha! Joking. I'm SPNtotalfan123, a super fan of Sherlock. (Don't notice my name) Anyway. John really does like Sherlock. And I think that's the reason why he does all the cases with him! Thanks alot for listening. I know this blog is small. But most of them are small. Bye!Read more >
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THE future of Scotland Yard’s Chief is once again plunged into uncertainty after one of the most audacious robberies in the capital’s history failed to provide and (any?) leads.
The investigation, Detectives admit, has stalled after only a matter of day and the Forensic Science Service have been unable to furnish the investigators with any meaningful evidence.
DCI Lestrade looked visibly shaken and tense in a press conference that disintegrated into a farce as he was unable to provide any meaningful
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I am not sure if anyone has seen these books...
Ray Moore, writer of quality Study Guides for High School students, has published his latest resource for students and teachers on the classic Sherlock Holmes novel, The Sign of Four.
His valuable Study Guide meets the needs of students who want help understanding the birth of the detective genre, the Sherlock Holmes canon, and the historical background to the story. It offers chapter-by-chapter commentary and guiding questions, and a concluding analysis of the text.
For the busy teacher, also available are graphic organizers which allow students to make concise notes on Holmes’ scientific method of detection, and to explore the character traits of the primary characters.
However, if you want mor…
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Hi everyone! I wasn't going to do this blog thing, but since there's a badge you can earn for writing a blog post... ;) But yeah. I love Sherlock Holmes(which includes all the different versions)/Doctor Who/AIO/OUAT/LOTR/The Hobbit/Star Wars/HHTYD. I'm currently writing a Doctor Who/AIO crossover, and if you'd like to read it my Fanfiction profile is www.fanfiction.com/~dancingintheshire :)
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You might have heard already, Baker Street fans, but a new Sherlock Holmes story was discovered recently in an attic! However, it looks like this "new" story might actually just be fanfiction. According to Flavorwire, a man named Walter Elliot discovered the 1903 pamphlet with an unsigned contribution in his attic "with a painting of an old wooden bridge that had been washed away by a flood in 1902." The story is called “Sherlock Holmes: Discovering the Border Burghs and, By Deduction, the Brig Bazaar” and was part of a pamphlet with other stories to raise money for the restoration of a local bridge.
Apparently Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was a frequent guest in that area and was the fundraiser's guest of honor, but Flavorwire's reporter writes …Read more >
Turner masterpiece recovered by ‘amateur’
Scotland Yard embarrased by overlooked clues'.
A Turner masterpiece worth £1.7million that was stolen from an auction house ten days ago has been recovered by an amateur detective from North Londo
n. Sherlock Holmes of Baker Street has been investigating the art crime simply as a hobby, and yet he was able to follow the trail that lead him to the famous work – a trail that Scotland Yard missed completely. Sherlock Holmes has gained cult following following the publication of his website – The Sci-ce of Deduction-but thr number of hits[offscreen]
==Scotland Yard calls upon 'nation's favourite detective' in Moriarty trail==
In a twist worthy of a Conan Doyle novella, Mr. She…
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The web detectives
Hatman and his assistant have became the latest Internet sensation.
Since moving in together, the pair of confirmed bachelors have helped bumbling police chiefs with a number of high-profile cases. From a killer psycho taxi driver to the murder of ePeopleis Presenteri [sic] Connie Prince, they've often succeeded where the Met has failed.
Little is known about Sherlock himself but John, 37, is believed to have been a war hero in Afghanistan. Now, the brave soldier has turned from fighter to writer. His blog, www. johnwatsonblog.co.uk, has become an overnight sensation. It details the cases he and Sherlock have solved n [sic] and also reveals the salacious truth about their home life!
(The third through last lines of the final pa…
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Boy, 18, kills himself inside sports centre
by Aileen Hickey
The body of James Phillimore was found in the Norbridge sports centre. The police are describing his death as a suicide and have apparently ruled out foul play. His body was found at seven o'clock this morning. He was last seen the previous evening. He told a friend he was returning to his house to fetch an umbrella, and was not seen again. James - Jimmy to his friends - was a first year student at the Roland Kerr further education college, and worked nights at a garage to finance his education. His mother is being treated for shock, while his uncle described him as "The last person in the world to commit suicide. A gentle, lovely boy. This isn't possible." Jame…
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I mean reddit,tumblr and all other social networking sites are filled with wonderful sherlock posts....yet it is really quite here...Read more >
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Any fans of Elementary out there? Are you going to New York Comic Con?
The show will be there hyping its third season with an exclusive Screening of the season three premiere followed by a panel discussion with cast members Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu, and Ophelia Lovibond with Executive Producer Robert Doherty.
Wikia will be there, too, and we want fans to join us!
We're recruiting a #WikiaFanArmy to participate in a geeked-out scavenger hunt in which you'll complete missions on social media to earn points – fans with the highest points at the end of the show will win awesome prizes.
Plus, you'll be eligible to receive special superfan perks, like VIP access passes, celebrity meet and greets.
Interested? YEAH YOU ARE!
Click here, fill out the f…Read more >
It's me, Felix. Just another case that I remembered and didn't want to lose; it would really help if I had a Watson of my own...
There had been several incidents at my school concerning theft. Everything that was stolen was taken unseen with no-one seeing the culpirt yet they had barely any time to leave the scene befoer people arrived.
i was hired on this case by one of the girls in my class. Her necklace had been taken from her bag on the floor, yet no-one had walked up to her. She was incredibly confused and decided to consult my opinion on the case.
After going through the evidence and trying to peice together a pattern, I came to one conculsion; it was time for a stake out.
I snuck back into school at lunch, the time that our …Read more >
My name's Felix. Not actually, but this is my character name. The author is actually a girl. Weird, huh?
Anyway. I'm a detective. A junior detective, you might say. I'm only a child (just).
It's happened again! The author has made me older than she is. Well, imagination knows no bounds, eh?
So. This, if you haven't bothered to read the title, is The Case of The Missing Watch. My first ever case.
Allow me to tell you all about it...
It was just a regular school day. I trudged to school hoping that I'd remembered everything, inculding lunch. (It's surprsingly easy to forget!) I'd double and triple checked my rucksack and I was feeling confident when I saw this boy sitting on the kerb. I walked up to him, as you do, and asked what was wron…Read more >
I just wanted to let everyone know that I will be mostly inactive for the next six weeks, due to work at camp and vacation. So, during that time, if you have any editing tasks for my bot to preform, just leave me a message on my wall. I may be coming home some weekends in-between camps, so if and when I do I'll run my bot. Cya guys in about six weeks!Read more >
Okay, this is a blog post in regards to a few comments I've had on here. To start off, nice and short, yes, I employ and Auto Wiki Browser (hereby shortened to AWB), and no, it's not a bot.
Now, for the long version.
For those of you who don't know, and AWB is a program available on Windows that allows for faster edits. While it does work similar to a bot, it is not actually a bot. When using an AWB, the user has to double-check all edits made so that it doesn't make changes that are actually unwanted or wrong (as can happen with bots, as it's all automated –> see here).
For some reason, despite this being a wikia, people hate me using wikipedia as a source. Regardless, I'm going to quote their page on AWBing and what it means for a wiki.
So I have been dabating about this with myself for quite a while because I think that they are all really good, and I wanted to knoe what you guys think.. What is the best eppisode in BBC's Sherlock season 3? The Empty Hearse, Sign of Three, or Last Vow?Read more >
The return of BBC's Sherlock seems so long ago but the wait for the next one is going to be just as long! To celebrate Series 3 and to keep us entertained before the next season out, we are going to make a personality quiz and you can find out who from Sherlock you would be!
To help out, submit a question that you think belongs on a personality quiz! We want the final results to be Sherlock Holmes (Cumberbatch), John Watson (Freeman), Irene Adler (Pulver), Mycroft Holmes (Gatiss), Jim Moriarty, and Molly Hooper so your question needs to be fairly vague to keep the mystery of the final result alive! When you submit your question, please include the result for each answer option. For example,
Which activity seems most appealing to you?
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Hi, my name is Ashram. I am a 2D digital artist specialized in realistic art creation. I am a big fan of Holmes and I have a complete set of books of Sherlock Holmes. As a detective fan, I am very familiar with all the characters and plots. It has been a long time for my urge to create some arts about Holmes.
One day, an idea came to my mind when I was playing poker with my friends “what if I was playing poker with Sherlock Holmes illustration on the cards?” It is not only an interesting poker card but also a mini art-collection.
I am so excited with this opportunity to pay my highest tribute to Holmes. Well….I mean highest tribute as in m…Read more >
Greetings. I am Charlene Holmes, the long-lost sister of Sherlock Holmes. Long story short, I fell off a building at seven years old and consequently lost my memory. You will be pleased to know that I am now fully aware of who I am, and if you have any questions to ask me about my brother or any of his adventures, I will be only too happy to help you. I specialise in the original works of Conan Doyle, and the television show 'Sherlock'.Read more >
As this is such a massive theme in its potential permutations, spanning over a century and a quarter and reaching into all corners of the globe in its manifestations, should the wiki have a list, possibly a Top Ten list, of where the users feel work would be most useful?
I just feel that, as this wiki (for example) seems to prioritise 'Sherlock' over 'Elementary', it might be useful to be able to encourage those who want to help but don't have a particular preference, to guide them towards where their aid is most appreciated. Likewise things which, however fascinating, are short off-shoots of the main themes may well get overlooked, and being able to draw people's attention to them might help. Just a thought.Read more >
Hello to all Sherlockians out there like me. I have actually joined this wikia last year around April but I have forgotten that I have made an account and so it may seem that I have only recently joined.
-I have read entirely and completely all 4 novels and 56 short stories.
-I watch Sherlock, Elementary and Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes.
-I think it was a shame that The Adventure of the Cardboard Box was removed from The Memoirs (it was put back in His Last Bow.) I don't find it controversial in any way.
-I'll gladly answer to the best of my knowledge and faculties any Holmes related question.
So please ask me and communicate with me. Let us expand this wiki and protect it from spams. Thank you and a good day, fellow Sherlockians.… Read more >
Hey users, David here a new user. I´ve always loved to write my own crimes about Sherlock Holmes and others and now I´m requesting some ideas from you. However, there are some exceptions:
- The crimes must at least have a small level of complexity.
- The crimes must only involve logical resoaning and minor forensic science
That is about everything, guys. I´m expecting some good ideas. Thanks for all your time and until next time.Read more >
Sherlock Holmes News is a digest of the weeks Sherlock Holmes related news.
I collect links from all over the web to try and give you the best in Sherlock Holmes related news! I try to only list stories that haven't appeared before and I generally don't give several different links if they all carry exactly the same information. If you have links to anything I've missed or should include in next weeks news roundup, or want to talk about anything else then don't hesitate to leave a comment.
WARNING! These links may contain spoilers!
- Sherlock Holmes: the original fandom by Anastasia Klimchynskaya at Den of Geek!
- This is a great article about the Sherlock Holmes fandom, from the original stories right up to the latest adaptations, discussing a litt…
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Who do you personally believe is a better assistant: Joan Watson or John Watson (Freeman). Since these are becoming some of the most popular mediums, it's just fare to see.Read more >
Why don't we all share fan videos over here? I'll likely make one this weekend or the next.Read more >
It is the year of Sherlock!! We can barely wait for the new series to start airing in the U.S., but even better news is that BBC's Sherlock is continuing for TWO more series! Benedict Cumberbatch said before that there would be a Series 4, but now creator Steven Moffat says that he and co-creator Mark Gatiss are already at work on the next two series!
According to Hypable, Moffat said, "...we [Moffat and Gatiss] just started plotting out what we could do in the future...And we plotted out the whole of series four and five.” He then goes on to say, “The ideas we had that day, I thought were the best we’ve ever had.”
We don't know if it will be another long wait for the fourth series, but WE ARE EXTREMELY EXCITED FOR IT!! How about you, Sherlock…Read more >
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To reward your Alliances membership, Wikia has teamed up with Loot Crate to run a cool Giveaway where you vote on items to create your ultimate Loot Crate. You can then enter to win the crates and even if you don't win you can still purchase them!
You can check it out here -- http://www.wikia.com/Know_Days/Loot_Crate
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I'm kinda hoping we get a new Moriarty I'm not saying have Irene revealed to be a fake. I actually came up with this idea at the realization that Irene was caught and unable to run her organization. I kept thinking what if some no named criminal stole her organization from her and stole the identity of Moriarty. I think it would be interesting especially if no one knew anything about him and couldn't out smart him not even Irene this way James Moriarty could become a living mystery for Sherlock Holmes. Ideally having this character be a mixture of The Joker(Dark Knight) and Moriarty (Sherlock) ideally having him be American.Read more >
weeksmonths Sunday News we have lots of new about Sherlock, including casting news and a teaser trailer, casting news about Elementary, an update on the battle to get Sherlock Holmes ruled in the public domain in the USA and much more.
Sunday News is a digest of the weeks Sherlock Holmes related news. I collect links from all over the web to try and give you the best in Sherlock Holmes related news! I try to only list stories that haven't appeared before and I generally don't give several different links if they all carry exactly the same information. If you have links to anything I've missed or should include in next weeks news roundup then don't hesitate to leave a comment. I'd also be interested in how many people (if any!) read thi…Read more >
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Well! This has got me wanting more! Roll on series three! :)
After a gap of some weeks (*shifty eyes*) I'm back with more news! In this weeks Sunday News we have information on Elementary's filming of season two in London as well as casting news, a new trailer for Frogware's Crime and Punishment game and much more.
Sunday News is a digest of the weeks Sherlock Holmes related news. I collect links from all over the web to try and give you the best in Sherlock Holmes related news! I try to only list stories that haven't appeared before and I generally don't give several different links if they all carry exactly the same information. If you have links to anything I've missed or should include in next weeks news roundup then don't hesitate to leave a comment. I'd also be interested in how many people (if a…Read more >
WARNING! This post contains SPOILERS!
Rhys Ifans Set for Recurring Role on Second Season of CBS' ELEMENTARY
- Rhys Ifans has been cast in the recurring role of Sherlock Holmes' older brother, Mycroft Holmes, in the second season premiere of ELEMENTARY, Thursday, Sept. 26 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS Television Network. For the first time, the premiere will be shot on location in London.
- In the episode, Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) is called to London to revisit an old case, where he is forced to face his older brother, Mycroft. Although the siblings suffered a drastic falling-out a few years earlier, Mycroft allows Sherlock and Joan (Lucy Liu) to stay in his new home, 221B Baker Street. With Joan in the middle, the brothers are forced…
In this weeks Sunday News we have a board game based on A Study in Emerald, a trailer for the next Adventures of Sherlock Holmes game, news on Elementary and Sherlock and much more.
Sunday News is a digest of the weeks Sherlock Holmes related news. I collect links from all over the web to try and give you the best in Sherlock Holmes related news! I try to only list stories that haven't appeared before and I generally don't give several different links if they all carry exactly the same information. If you have links to anything I've missed or should include in next weeks news roundup then don't hesitate to leave a comment. I'd also be interested in how many people (if any!) read this so please do leave me a comment and let me know what you th…Read more >
In this weeks Sunday News we have reviews of Elementary episode, Dead Man's Switch; more very spoilery news and photos on the filming of Series Three of Sherlock; and a review of the computer game, Sherlock: The Awakened.
Sunday News is a digest of the weeks Sherlock Holmes related news. I collect links from all over the web to try and give you the best in Sherlock Holmes related news! I try to only list stories that haven't appeared before and I generally don't give several different links if they all carry exactly the same information. If you have links to anything I've missed or should include in next weeks news roundup then don't hesitate to leave a comment. I'd also be interested in how many people (if any!) read this so please do leave …Read more >
In this weeks Sunday News there is much more on the filming of Sherlock series three, a sneak peak at the next episode of Elementary, news on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's former home being turned into bedsits, and much more besides!
Sunday News is a digest of the weeks Sherlock Holmes related news. I collect links from all over the web to try and give you the best in Sherlock Holmes related news! I try to only list stories that haven't appeared before and I generally don't give several different links if they all carry exactly the same information. If you have links to anything I've missed or should include in next weeks news roundup then don't hesitate to leave a comment. I'd also be interested in how many people (if any!) read this so please do…Read more >