A Sherlock Holmes mystery in which the great detective investigates why an apparent lunatic is going around breaking up statues of Napoleon.
Sherlock Holmes investigates the mysterious league that pays good money to men with red hair to copy out the encyclopaedia. What are they up to? Could there be a criminal plot behind its apparently charitable aims?
The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 1902. Chapter Mr. Sherlock Holmes. Doctor Watson examines a walking stick for clues of its owner.
The Curse of the Baskervilles read by Richard Scott in which an ancient manuscript tells of the gruesome curse of the Baskervilles.
The mystery of the fiendish hound is so strange that Holmes could be dealing with forces outside the laws of Nature. The problem: What was Sir Charles running away from? Why was he so afraid? Why did he run away from help, not towards it? Who was the elderly gentleman waiting for on a damp […]
Sir Henry Baskerville, recently returned from North America, has received a strange letter. Stranger still one of his new boots has gone missing.
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are led a merry dance around London by a cunning foe.
Watson, Sir Henry Baskerville and Dr. Mortimer take the train through the scene Dartmoor of Devon and reach Baskerville Hall.
We meet a butterfly-chasing botanist who lives on the moor. Eerie and haunting noises emerge from the lonliest parts of the treacherous mire.
Dr Watson writes to Sherlock Holmes with his impressions of the various characters in and around Baskerville Hall.