The April Fool's Day Adventure
Exactly as broadcast on April 1, 1946. There's nothing like a crime to spoil a little joke. Lady Ann Partington enlists Watson in a prank—to pretend her priceless emerald has been stolen, and points a trail of clues directly at Sherlock Holmes. All falls into place until the unexpected strikes: the emerald really is gone—and the thief is on the loose.
The Strange Adventure of the Uneasy Easy Chair
Exactly as broadcast on May 13, 1946. A dead Sir Edward Irving sits in a locked and otherwise empty room. When Holmes and Watson investigate, they find another body—in the same locked room and the same position! Holmes and Watson disguise themselves as furniture movers—to find out why a certain easy chair spells death.
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