The Complete Sherlock Holmes
The Baker Street Journal
The Beacon Society
The Junior Sherlockian Society
Conan Doyle Info
The Case of the Bivalve Epicure
Christmas Card 2018
I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere...
Dan Andriacco's Baker Street Beat
The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio
The Best of Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes Research Resources
Three Patch Podcast
The Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
University of Minnesota
Sherlock Holmes Collection
London locations mentioned in the Sherlock Holmes stories. Page numbers refer to the Folio Society edition, 1994
Watson's Tin Box
The Red Circle
The Society of the Naval Treaty
Strand Magazine's Sherlock Shop
BBC One Sherlock
Addicted to Sherlock
Sherlock Holmes Radio Scripts
Holmes Obsession: Solving the Mystery of the Sherlock Craze
Format for Denizens' Meetings
The Sherlock Holmes Society of London
The Sherlock Holmes Shoppe / E Times
Out of Print
Scuttlebutt from Spermacetti
221Blog Questioning the Canon
The Radio Detective Story Hour
The Evolving Detective
Denizens' History Notes
Smithsonian Article: Sherlock Holmes' London
Our hardy group shares the love of the "grand game" and the comraderie that comes from braving the foggy streets of London to climb the 17 stairs at 221B Baker Street and sit by the fire with Holmes and Watson. The pleasures are many and we welcome anyone with the passion for these armchair adventures.
CLICK HERE to listen to our signature story of The Man With the Twisted Lip
The Denizens have been meeting regularly for 24 years on a biannual (Fall and Spring) basis.
with Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce
Come join us and toast the Master and his supporting cast
Sherlock Holmes, literature's most popular character, is alive and well on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Sherlockians Joe and Chris Wilke and Mary Ann Bradley and Mike Whelan are organizing a program and dinner for a new Baker Street Irregulars' scion called
"The Denizens of the Bar of Gold"
at the Tidewater Inn on Saturday evening December 11th, 1993. This scion (son of) will be one of over 940 literary societies loosely associated with the Baker Street Irregulars, the parent organization founded by Christopher Morley in New York City in 1934.
The Bar of Gold gets its name from the notorious opium den in the Holmes short story, "The Man with the Twisted Lip." In Holmes' own words, he described it
"We (Holmes and Watson) should be rich men if we had 1000 pounds for every poor devil who has been put to death in that den. It is the vilest murder trap in the whole riverside...."
.....And so it begins!
The Poem The Beggar
The Poem A Long Evening With Holmes by William P. Schweickert, B.S.I.
encompasses the grand Game
I Hear Of Sherlock Everywhere....The Scott Monty Podcast
Sherlock Holmes Links of Interest
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