221b Baker Street, London

Home of Sherlock Holmes and at times Dr John Watson.
They (the rooms) consisted of a couple of comfortable bedrooms and a single large airy sitting-room, cheerfully furnished, and illuminated by two broad windows.
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Dr John Watson

Companion and chronicler of Sherlock Holmes.

Sherlock Holmes - Sayings

“It’s very annoying, though, Watson....

Sherlock Holmes - Deductions

Hullo! that’s not your pipe on the table....

Sherlock Holmes - Character Illustrations

It was when he was at his wit’s end that his energy and his versatility were most admirable. Read More...

Yellow Mask

The yellow mask worn by Lucy Hebron so that her face should not be seen by neighbours.

Musgrave Ritual

Another story in the Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes.

Pinner, Middlesex

The maiden aunt of Mrs Effie Munro lived here.

Crystal Palace

Mr Grant Munro walked to Crystal Palace to think things over. Read More...

Norbury, London

The home of Mr and Mrs Grant Munro.

Atlanta, U.S.A

The former home of Mrs Effie Munro/Hebron, John Hebron and their daughter Lucy.

Scottish Maidservant

The maidservant who had been with John Hebron and Effie Munro in Atlanta .... Read More...

John Hebron

Former husband of Effie Munro. He was a lawyer who left her well provided for when he died of yellow fever in Atlanta.

Lucy Hebron

Lucy Hebron, dauther of Mrs Effie Hebron (now Munro) and John Hebron.

Mrs Effie Munro

Formerly married to John Hebron of Atlanta and now the wife of Mr Grant Munro.

Mr Grant Munro

A tall young man entered the room. He was well but quietly dressed in a dark gray suit and carried a brown wide-awake in his hand. I should have put him at about thirty, though he was really some years older.
Referred to as ‘Jack’ by his wife Effie. He was a hop merchant with a good income.
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Sherlock Holmes

“Well, I have a trade of my own. I suppose I am the only one in the world. I’m a consulting detective, if you can understand what that is. Here in London we have lots of government detectives and lots of private ones. When these fellows are at fault, they come to me, and I manage to put them on the right scent." (Sherlock Holmes) (Study in Scarlet)
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