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The Holy Book of Sherlock, third iteration.
Well, I seem to have forgotten to tell anyone yet again . . . . This past Sunday, the Sherlock Peoria road show made a stop at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington-Normal, where I delivered my talk "The Holy Book of Sherlock Holmes" to a very re...
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Nothing lasts forever . . . but could it please last as long as us?
This week, Chris Redmond announced that he will no longer be maintaining Sherlockian.net after the end of this year. We are all in hopes that someone else will take over the care and maintenance of this reliable reference-point of the Sherlockian web, becau...
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That late addition to the Holmes mythos, still to come.
We all know about those things Doyle didn't necessarily write that Sherlock Holmes nonetheless picked up as a part of his mythos over the years. Yet for all the lines, the clothing, the pipe styles, there is one thing that has never really stuck . . . an on...
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Emmy nominations? Again?
At this point, it's almost geting silly: The six Emmy nominations for Sherlock 's "The Abominable Bride:" Lead actor in a limited series: Benedict Cumberbatch TV movie Outstanding Cinematography For A Limited Series or Movie Outstanding Sound Editing For A ...
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Dating Sherlock: The Full Impact of Mary and Irene.
We men are such precise idiots. Especially male Sherlockian chronologists, myself included. So effing wrong. So, let's talk The Sign of the Four. Mary Morstan, a woman even Sherlock Holmes admires for her "decided genius" spells the timeframe of the story o...
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An overlay upon reality.
The world got weird today. In four days . . . four days . . . literally . . . LITERALLY . . . hundreds of millions of people all over the world started seeing imaginary characters in their daily life. And interacting with them. Generations of marketing comb...
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And the Cumberbatch rises like the sun over Comicon.
Would Basil Rathbone have magically visited the Hall H line at Comicon during the night? Would William Gillette have sat on a panel with Arthur Conan Doyle and John Kendrick Bangs to discuss where Holmes would pop up next in 1899? We can't really say how th...
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Villagers of Trumpington assemble!
I don't know if the Sherlock Holmes society of Cleveland, Mrs. Hudson's Lodgers, is still meeting on a regular basis, but if they are, this week offers a singular opportunity. They, along with any other Sherlockians who happen to be in that notable city thi...
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Should a Sherlockian play Pokemon GO? Hells yes!
"We are faddy people, you know -- faddy but kind-hearted." -- Jephro Rucastle, "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches" Today, I am going to attempt an old-fashioned, Evel-Knievel-style  motorcycle jump, and ride this blog at top speed up the ramp and over the...
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Love all ghost-busting, from 1889 until now.
Tonight was a night to celebrate ghost-busting here in Sherlock Peoria. There's nothing better than seeing knowledge triumph over fear, whether it be Sherlock Holmes exposing a demon as a painted domestic animal or Scooby and the gang pulling the rubber mas...
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I think I get it now . . . .
I had an epiphany this week about Sherlock  shipping. It only took a few 221B Cons, a whole bunch of podcasts, and a lot of idle pondering of all the data, but I think . . . and I say this with all possible lack of authority . . . I understand it now. It ju...
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Going to work on Monday.
And now, let's go back to 1981 and an imaginary Sherlockian Sheena Easton as she sings, "My Sherlock takes the morning train, he works with Watson now and then . . ." Why is that crazy tune going through my head? At the thought of Sherlock Holmes going to w...
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Sherlockian chronologist. Amateur piemaker. Enhanced reality outrider.
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Author of The Elementary Methods of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock and the Ladies, and The Armchair Baskerville Tour. Former publisher of The Holmes & Watson Report, The Dangling Prussian, and a whole lot of obscure, collectable little things on our boy Sherlock. Also has contended that Sherlock Holmes could be done in the modern day for decades, and thank BBC somebody finally pulled that off!
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