Is there anyone in the world who does not know of Mr. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John H. Watson? If there is, I have yet to meet him or her. Many years have passed since Holmes left his rooms at 221b Baker Street to retire on his bee farm in the countryside of England. What would he think of the Internet; furthermore, what would he think of computer crime? I have not yet found a site that answers either question. If anyone knows of site that does please email me. I am always looking for links to great pages about Holmes and anything having to do with Holmes. Please email me any suggestions you have along with any comments.
Here are some Holmes Links:
- London Tourist Map for Sightseeing - Interactive
- Sherlock Holmes and The Mystery of Einstein's Daughter
- Sherlock Holmes DVD
- Sherlock Holmes Books
- Sherlock Holmes Audible
- Basil Rathbone Master of Stage and Screen
- The Brettish Empire: A Tribute to Jeremy Brett
- The Sherlock Holmes Society of London
- Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Podcast by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
- Sherlockian.Net Homepage
- The Diogenes Club: A Sherlock Holmes Website
Sherlock: An excellent interpretation of Holmes and Watson in the Twenty-first Century-PBS
- The Science of Deduction: The Website of Sherlock Holmes
- The blog of Dr. John. H. Watson 1
- BBC Site
- Sherlock Holmes h2g2 2
- Arthur Conan Doyle - Sherlock Holmes
- The Sherlock Holmes Museum
- Metropolitan Police Service - Homepage: Scotland Yard
- Brief definition and history of policing:3 Here is found the answer to the question--Why is Scotland Yard called Scotland Yard? I receive 3 to 4 emails a month asking that question, which is great, but this link is faster way to find the answer.
- Mr. Sherlock Holmes: Personal observations on the popularity of The Great Detective: By me--John Keegan.
- The Secret of Sherlock Holmes