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A fictional docudrama about a supposed conspiracy to turn Sherlock Holmes from a historical figure to a fictional character over the last hundred years by person or persons unknown.
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Toni and Alan delve into a Sherlock Holmes that actually was male . . . though not, perhaps, the Sherlock we know: The Sherlock Holmes of Esher. His legacy, both in offspring and a branch of Sherlockiana called "the Esherlockians" leads them to answers that were not immediately apparent.
Alan King explores an urban myth of a black hansom cab which appears annually to look for a man who called himself "Sherlock Holmes." Was an entire Sherlock Holmes scion society built just to stop that from happening?
Toni Sutherland takes a close look at irene Adler's treatment at the hands of male Sherlockians of the past century. Alan King talks about an odd thing in a bibliography.
Alan King gathers a Sherlockian think tank of notables for a free-wheeling discussion of Sherlock Holmes conspiracies . . . and maybe Keith Richards, if you listen long enough.
Alan King returns from his shipping after he encounters a pirate connection, and follows the thread to eventually accuse Moriarty of all new crimes.
RANDOM BONUS MATERIAL!! Someone who is definitely NOT Alan King gives a talk that definitely has NOTHING to do with Sherlock Holmes, pondering the Joker, the Scarlet Pimpernel, and a few other cultural touchstones.
Toni seems to have given up on Alan, as he's traded in his usual conspiracy investigations for continuing to ship Andercroft and fixating on "The Empty Hearse." Why is this even a podcast?
Alan King prepares to go to 221B Con, meets an old adversary there, and comes back . . . changed.
Alan King travels to Indiana to see what insights he can gain from Vincent W. Wright, writer of the blog "Historical Sherlock." A new conspiracy is revealed, this time involving not Sherlock Holmes, but the other guy.
Sherlock Holmes Is Real returns for season two! A Sherlock Holmes fan club goes missing! A 1940s radio show host gets hoaxed . . . or does he? Another noisy restaurant interview! And a big government project with a Holmes brother called in? This show!
Letters to Sherlock Holmes are the theme of this holiday bonus episode.
Toni Sutherland and Alan King discuss what's been going on with the "Sherlock Holmes Is Real" podcast and what the true motivations behind it might have been. The season finale.
Toni Sutherland does a panel at a local conspiracy theorist convention and is cut off by a familiar voice in the crowd. Alan King goes on like he usually does, but Toni spends more time on her own conspiracy theory on Sherlock Holmes.
Toni Sutherland plays an audio file of Alan King trying to corner a man named Edgar Pettibone with conspiracy questions of all sorts. Questions are then raised about a hill that was named for Sherlock Holmes.
Toni Sutherland delves into Alan King's theories about Professor Moriarty and the fate of the Baker Street Irregulars. Chelsea Jones tracks down a man who calls himself "Porlock" for some nonsense.
Toni Sutherland interviews Rob Nunn, author of The Criminal Mastermind of Baker Street, and tries to find links to the conspiracy to keep Sherlock Holmes fictional. Conspiracy theorist Alan King goes on about the black armbands worn when Sherlock Holmes died. And the world's worst podcast guest appearance by a Sherlockian blogger whom we won't ...…
Toni Sutherland begins to delve into the Sherlock Holmes conspiracy theories of the curious individual called Alan King.
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