A Young Police Inspector Reports
“I recognized him at once as Stanley Hopkins, a young police inspector for whose future Holmes had high hopes,” Watson wrote about the original Hopkins. Sherlock Peoria's Hopkins has favored us with many a neo-Sherlockian investigation of his own as he moved through the ranks.
Hobbs's Mystery Cover
Name this Holmes book!
Curious Artifacts of a Sherlockian Sort
The Pastiche Library
"Down in a dark, cobwebbed corner of the vaults of SherlockPeoria is a box with my name upon it . . ." Finding untold tales of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson is one of the secret vices of many an otherwise respectable Sherlockian, and things are no different here . . .
View from Sherlock Peoria
A Blog From The Outskirts of Sherlockland
If you want the guarded words of the old school, old world Holmes fans, it's not hard to find the classic journals. But if you're looking for thoughts on Holmes that no considered Sherlockian would put before the public . . .
SHERLOCK, TEXAS DISCOVERED!
Here's the whole scoop:
Glimpses of Sherlockian publications of the past . . .
The Chronology Corner
Eccentric studies of the dating Dr. Watson's case notes, now on-line.
Our Last Issue!
The Dark Lantern League Electro-graphic Monthly
This Week's Review:
Maniac Collector's Inbox
Traveller in SherlockianaNobody, but nobody, travels America in search of Sherlock Holmes or reaches out to the world in search of Sherlockian translations as much as Don Hobbs. His on-line diaries have been a vital part of Sherlock Peoria from day one.
Summer, 1927 - Doyle Caught On Film!
October 13, 1877 - Mrs. Watson Missing!
June 23, 1877 - Watson Gets Married
July 4, 1876 - Watson, Hero!
March 7, 1873 - Watson Exiled!
February 14 , 1868 - Watson Experiences Woman
April 16 , 1861 - Watson Brothers At School
January 9, 1856 - Watsons Arrive in Australia
November 6 , 1855 - Death of a Watson
October 8 , 1855 - Australia Bound
April 1, 1852 - The Birth of a Watson
July 14, 1838 - The Original H&W
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Those Weird Sherlockian Eighties
Back in the 1980s, things got a little weird, wild, and all together wonderful, Sherlock-wise.