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Doctor Who: Dark Journey Fan Audio Series Review

By Will Barber – Taylor

A recently regenerated and emotionally shattered Doctor arrives in London and becomes companion to Sherlock Holmes in AM Audio Media’s first episode of Dark Journey. 380 more words

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The Mothman Cometh...

From Dr Watson to Sherlock Holmes Esq:

Holmes,

I wanted to jot down my notes on the rather bizarre and frightening events of yesterday evening before my mind insists that I dreamed the whole thing. 750 more words

Detective Fiction

Don't Go into the Light...

From Dr Watson to Sherlock Holmes Esq:

Holmes,
Many thanks for the cakes, countless glasses of Madeira and your many entertaining anecdotes the other day – I wish I’d jotted a few of them down (I’ve to give a talk to the Sisters of Many-a-Muckle-Mission in Legless Lane on Tuesday week and your tale about Brother Gorilla and the Convent Girls would have given them a few titters). 251 more words

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Very Blithe Spirits...

From Dr Watson to Sherlock Holmes Esq:

Holmes,
Glad to hear you are back to normal, Holmes – you do seem to have encountered a series of unfortunate events recently. 354 more words

Detective Fiction

From Dr Watson to Sherlock Holmes Esq:
 
Holmes,

Apologies for this delay in replying to your recent missive, but my mind has been racing and I have been forced to take several precautions before putting pen to paper. 634 more words

Detective Fiction

Away with Murder...

From Dr Watson to Sherlock Holmes Esq:

(From the diary of Dr Watson)

After the excitement of possibly facing yet another threat to our continued partnership via the odd band of villains known as The Black Moriartys, I have to admit to being a little disappointed to find Holmes had solved the case of the Green Bicycle Murder. 263 more words

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On our Bikes...

From Dr Watson to Sherlock Holmes Esq:

(From the diary of Dr Watson)

Our arrival in Leicester was, unlike our train journey, uneventful. Holmes and I were met at the station by a spectacularly dull policeman by the name of Oats, who kept making banal comments about how satisfied his wife was. 515 more words

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