05 Sep

Sherlock Holmes (TV-1955) THE EXHUMED CLIENT


THE CASE OF THE EXHUMED CLIENT: Sir Charles Farnsworth’s will states that Holmes is to investigathe is death. He died in the cursed tower his heir, George Welbourne, had dared him to spend the night. When his body is exhumed he is found not to have died from a heart attack as Dr. Henry Reeves said, but from arsenic poisoning. Charles’ sister, Elizabeth, and his ward, Sylvia Taylor, are also suspect. Lestrade wants to arrest Sylvia because she bought the grapes which were the last thing Sir Charles ate.



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