Sound Of The Baskervilles
Links To Other Websites And Places Of Interest


           Sherlockian Net - "Everything the Web offers about Sherlock Holmes is Here"

           Sherlock Holmes International - Forum for the viewpoints of Holmes fans worldwide.

The Sherlock Holmes Society of London - One of the worlds foremost societies dedicated to studying the consulting detective.

THE DIOGENES CLUB - Another great site with some great resources

Nashville Scholars -      A society meeting weekly and monthly since 1979, dedicated to study of the Canon.  Nicely done, offering
of the 3 Pipe Problem      link to Baring-Gould's chronology, (reach directly at

                Sherlock Peoria/The Hansoms of John Clayton - A society meeting for over 25 years now.  Pages worth prowling around in.
                       The Scion is "The Hansoms", reached through the Sherlock Peoria link.  

SHERLOCK HOLMES BOOKSTORE & CAFE:  Shopping Sherlockian Style -
             "Sherlockian Shopping as it always should have been. From a wish on your computer to a reality at your door!"

    Scott Monty's Baker Street Blog is a summary of what's being said about
                Sherlock Holmes on Twitter in the style of a daily newspaper.

The  Battered Silicon Dispatch Box  (BSDB) started out as a publisher of Sherlock Holmes scholarship,
                 both conventional and whimsical, and has now published over 600 titles.

      The Pleasant Places of Florida, a Sherlockian society since 1972.

       The Red Circle of Washington, DC, with Peter Blau.

Sherlocktron's Holmepage   Willis Frick's Internet Information Center for Sherlock Holmes

Diogenes Club of Dallas  One of the Dallas Sherlockian societies

Crew of the Barque Lone Star   Another Dallas Society

The Criterion Bar Association  The oldest, largest, all-inclusive scion society of the Baker Street Irregulars in Chicagoland.

The John H. Watson Society  To honor the memory of John H. Watson

The Beacon Society  Bringing the Magic of Sherlock Holmes to life in the classroom.

If there is any Website that you feel is especially noteworthy or useful, and would like to see it accessible at a click from this page, please
feel free to email me: with the site URL and a brief description of its contents.
We'll be happy to add it.
                                                                                                                                                                          Humbly Yours....
                                                                                                                                                                          Inspector Baynes.

1913 Websters Revised Unabridged Dictionary

             1889 Map of London - A detailed map of London in 1889, showing it's layout, and distribution of
                                wealth/poverty.  Zoom in to see streets, names, etc.   Follow links on it's "Credits" page
                                to get to maps of 1827 London, and current London as well.  An interesting resource.
Victorian Dictionary - A dictionary (more a mini-encyclopedia..!!) of Victorian words, customs,
                                 and more, including link to a great
map of 1895 London, ,and links to other maps on the
                                 Web.  A lot of useful information here!!

1911 Encyclopedia Brittanica   The full text of the 1911 Edition of the Encyclopedia Brittanica,
                                  an invaluable research and study tool.
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