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March 14, 2012 3:33 pm  #1


Non-BBC Sherlockian Sites

This is just a start...these sites came up on the first 5 pages when you google "Sherlock Holmes".

Sherlock Holmes.com
http://www.sherlockholmes.com/index.php

Sherlock Holmes Society
http://www.sherlock-holmes.org.uk/

Sherlockian.net
http://www.sherlockian.net/

The Sherlockian site has its own extensive links page with loads of different websites listed. http://www.sherlockian.net/resources/index.html

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle online
http://www.sherlockholmesonline.org/

221B Baker Street
http://221bakerstreet.org/

Sherlock Peoria
http://www.sherlockpeoria.net/index.php4
These guys have a fun section called "Ask Professor Moriarty"! - http://www.sherlockpeoria.net/Miscellaney/AskProfessorMoriarty.php4

Sherlock Holmes Classic Literature Library
http://sherlock-holmes.classic-literature.co.uk/

Sherlock Holmes Shoppe
http://www.sherlock-holmes.com/

Sherlock Holmes Community Reading Project
http://sherlockholmes.stanford.edu/index.html

Best of Sherlock
http://www.bestofsherlock.com/index.htm

Camden House
http://www.ignisart.com/camdenhouse/main.htm


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May 21, 2012 9:49 pm  #2


Re: Non-BBC Sherlockian Sites

I' ve posted on the sherlockian message board as violet something--   cannot recall, sorry
   love that site...it's been awhile,  since I cannot remember my  pw  onthere.   thank you for listing it!!

just clicked the link for sherlockian net  but I cud not find the message board on there.  but the page IS familiar.

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August 15, 2012 9:06 pm  #3


Re: Non-BBC Sherlockian Sites

Sherlockian.net is a site founded and maintained my longtime Canadian Sherlockian Christopher Redmond. He started Sherlockian.net in 1994 - which means the site has been up for 18 years!! (That's almost as old as the World Wide Web itself!). He's written and edited a number of Sherlock Holmes books, his most famous being The Sherlock Holmes Handbook (Second Edition).

Here's a fascinating interview with Chris from 1997 (!) with another longtime Sherlockian Jim Hawkins (of the Nashville Scholars): Christopher Redmond: The Sherlockian Net Man. Redmond was invested in the Baker Street Irregulars (BSI) in 1966 - as "Billy" - when he was just a teenager.

Sherlockian.net is an excellent starting point for new Sherlock Holmes fans as well as longtime Sherlockians.

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August 15, 2012 10:51 pm  #4


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June 7, 2013 8:22 pm  #5


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I have a blog about all things Sherlockian.
I don't know if I should post it here but...
http://holmesofbakerstreet.blogspot.com


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June 18, 2014 9:54 pm  #6


Re: Non-BBC Sherlockian Sites

Adding another one to the list:

Sherlock Holmes Audiobooks
http://sherlockholmesaudiobooks.com/

 

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