The detectives, Holmes, Watson, and Lestrade travel through the fog of Grimpen Mire to Merripit House. Will they solve the mystery of the hound that has been terrifying Dartmore? Our audio story reaches its climax.
A portrait may hold the clue to the mystery of the murder on the moor
Watson has discovered the answer to one mystery – who is the mysterious man watching the moor? But a terrible howling and a new victim of the Hound show that all is far from solved.
Who is the strange figure who has been seen lurking on the hill?
Barrymore, the butler of Baskerville Hall, has a grievance. He thinks it was unfair to hunt his brother-in-law down when he, of his own free will, had told Sherlock and Holmes his secret. The free audio book of the greatest mystery of all continues.
The butler of Baskerville Hall, Barrymore, is behaving extremely suspiciously. Dr. Watson continues his report to Sherlock Holmes. Listen to the audio story beautifully read by Richard Scott.
Dr Watson writes to Sherlock Holmes with his impressions of the various characters in and around 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.
Watson, Sir Henry Baskerville and Dr. Mortimer take the train through the scene Dartmoor of Devon and reach Baskerville Hall.
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are led a merry dance around London by a cunning foe.