The Sound of the Baskervilles is a literary organization founded to discuss the original Sherlock Holmes stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle. Through monthly meetings, our newsletter Ineffable Twaddle, special events and activities, we analyze and celebrate Sherlockiana in all forms, including canon, pastiche, film, radio and television adaptations, and fandom. We are an irreverent group of mystery solvers, collectors, Anglophiles, and fans of Victoriana, fondly referred to as the SOBs.
Members at the 2016 Annual Reichenbach Remembered Wreath Toss
Founded as a scion society of The Baker Street Irregulars to serve the greater Puget Sound region of Western Washington, The Sound of the Baskervilles was christened on March 31, 1980. The first meeting was held on the Seattle to Bainbridge Island ferry. The name derives from a merging of HOUND and Puget Sound, the body of water along which the major cities of our region lie.
Sound of the Baskervilles Board Members
|Kashena Konecki||Vice President|
|Terri Haugen||Secretary, Publications Editor|
|Lauren Messenger||Associate Editor|
|Chris “Bear” Berwald||Reference Librarian|
|Al Nelson||Board Member Emeritus|
|Sondra “Sunny” Even||Program Manager|
|Pat McIntosh||Sunshine Chair|