|Seen||A Study in Sherlock|
Return of Sherlock Holmes
|Mentioned||Elementary, My Dear Murdoch|
Sherlock Holmes is a fictional character created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Appearances and Mentions
Elementary, My Dear Murdoch (mention)
- Inspector Thomas Brackenreid is a great fan of Sherlock Holmes. When Arthur Conan Doyle visits Toronto to lecture on Spiritualism, Brackenreid tells Doyle about a visit he made to an uncle's home in the Scottish highlands. He suggested a new Sherlock story entitled "Hell Hounds of the Highlands".
Belly Speaker (mention)
- Arthur Conan Doyle returns to Toronto some months later and informs Detective William Murdoch that he is struggling to bring a new Sherlock Holmes story to life. Eventually, Doyle decides to use Brackenreid's Hell Hounds story as the basis for a new Holmes tale.
- David Kingsley suffers from the delusion that he is Sherlock Holmes.
- David Kingsley returns to help with a case.
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