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The Haunting of Sherlock Holmes

Exactly as broadcast on May 20, 1946

"It's the first time in my career that I've ever had a ghost for a client!" exclaims Sherlock Holmes. On a holiday in a small Balkan country, Holmes and Watson observe the execution of the beautiful opera singer, Lilly Rhena, who was accused of spying. Yet shortly after her demise, she visits the detective and his companion in their hotel suite. Can Holmes and Watson unravel the mystery without putting their own lives in peril?

The Baconian Cipher

Exactly as broadcast on May 27, 1946

A typographical error or a message or murder? Holmes detects a strange message in the “Agony Column” of the London Times. With the help of Dr. Watson and a French detective, Sherlock Holmes is led into a curious plot of murder and intrigue. This is the last appearance of Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce together as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson on the radio.

Puzzle out more mysteries with The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
©1988 Baker Street Associates (P)2008 Simon & Schuster

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