Jonathan Swift's classic novel about the loveable Lemuel Gulliver is one that is taught in high schools around the country, and for good reason. Gulliver, who is a surgeon aboard a ship, thinks that he is about to embark on a run-of-the-mill voyage to different ports. Throughout his journey, however, there are a few events that take place that redirect his ship to unfamiliar islands. Not only are they unfamiliar to him, but they are inhabited by natives who are shaped and sized much differently than he is.
One of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's finest tales, The Hound of the Baskervilles, takes Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson on an adventure to investigate a supernatural hound that maybe looking to inflict harm upon a young heir.
Published in 1894 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of 11 different stories that center on the beloved character of Sherlock Holmes. The first of these stories is entitled "Silver Blaze", and chronicles Sherlock Holmes' attempts to not only track down a race horse who has disappeared, but to find out who has murdered the horse's trainer.
A lifetime ago, Richard was alone and adrift. It took his own suicide and a battle for his afterlife to turn things around. When he decided to haunt his own home he learned things worked differently in the phantom world and found himself hauled into court. Ghost Court.