SUNDAY, March 8th at 1:30pm - TEA TIME at Baker Street!

Join Corwyn, Kayden, and Caledonia as they continue at the beginning of the Holmesian canon - "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes"

THIS WEEK: The Man With the Twisted Lip.

Dr Watson is called upon late at night by a female friend of his wife. Her husband has been absent for several days and, as he is an opium addict, she is sure he has been indulging in a lengthy drug binge in a dangerous East End opium den. Frantic with worry, she seeks Dr. Watson's help in fetching him home. Watson does this, but he also finds his friend Sherlock Holmes in the den, disguised as an old man, trying to extract information about a new case from the addicts in the den.

Mr. Neville St. Clair, a respectable and punctual country businessman, disappears. Making the matter more mysterious is that Mrs. St. Clair is sure that she saw her husband at a second-floor window of the opium den, in Upper Swandam Lane, a rough part of town near the docks. He withdrew into the window immediately, and Mrs. St. Clair is sure that there is something wrong.

Come find a comfy seat and pour yourself a cuppa and enjoy, presented live in voice.

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