SUNDAY, January 27th @ 1:30pm: TEA TIME at Baker Street
Sherlock Holmes, suffering from boredom due to a want of cases, returns home from a walk with Dr. Watson in the early spring of 1888 to find he has missed a visitor, but that the caller has left his pipe behind
When the visitor, Mr. Grant Munro returns, Holmes and Watson hear the story of Munro's deception by his wife Effie. She had been previously married in America, but her husband and child had died of yellow fever, whereupon she returned to England and met and married Munro. Their marriage had been blissful — "We have not had a difference, not one, in thought, or word, or deed," says Grant Munro — until she asked for a hundred pounds and begged him not to ask why.
This selection from The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes is presented Live in Voice by Corwyn Allen and Caledonia Skytower.