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1997-2005

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A Rough Index to
The Holmes & Watson Report
1997-2005, the Fifty-Two Known Issues


1. March 1997, Volume 1, Issue 1
The Editor and the Secret Life of the Bearskin Rug, The opening editorial by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Empty Lab, Sherlockian scholarship by Mel Hughes, Page 4
The First Report of Dr. Watson, The good doctor’s column, Page 7
The BSI Weekend, January 1997, As reported by Gordon Speck, Page 9
Getting Bashed at Sherlocktide 1997, More reporting by Tina Rhea Page 11
Another Poor Bibliophile, Our column from the North by Pj Doyle, Page 21
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 23
Victor Victorian, Sherlockian musings by Rosemary Michaud, Page 25
Calendars on pages 16 thru 19
Reviews by Bob Burr and Brad Keefauver on page 15 and 20
Writer’s guidelines on 31.


2. May 1997, Volume 1, Issue 2
The Bearskin Rug and the Sophomore Jinx, The opening editorial by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The First Report of Dr. Watson, The good doctor’s column, Page 5
A STUDian Banquet and the Morning After, As reported by Brad Keefauver, Page 7
Second Sons, Sherlockian scholarship by Linda J. Schacher Page 11
A Bustle Outside the Door, Sherlockian scholarship by Mel Hughes, Page 14
Candle Power, Sherlockian musings by Rosemary Michaud, Page 17
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 25
Holmesérata, A Sherlockian credo by Melissa Hellen, Page 29
Another Poor Bibliophile, Our column from the North by Pj Doyle, Page 27
Two-Gun Watson?, Sherlockian scholarship by William Ballew, Page 31
The Irene Myth and the Maudie Possibility, S’ian scholarship by Brad Keefauver, Page 35
Plus letters on page 4, calendars on pages 20 thru 23, and a review on page 24.

 


3. July 1997, Volume 1, Issue 3
The Coal Scuttle’s Tale, The opening editorial by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 3
Author or Agent: A Literary Proof, S’ian scholarship by Jeffry Alan Bradway, Page 5
Fear and Neurosis in Florida, As reported by Mel Hughes, Page 7
The Snake, the Pension, and the Travelling War Wound, Sherlockian scholarship by William Ballew, Page 11
". . . Manifestations of His Genius . . .", Sherlockian scholarship by Melissa Hellen, Page 15
Another Poor Bibliophile, Our column from the North by Pj Doyle, Page 20
A Study in Terrier, As reported by Rosemary Michaud, Page 21
From A Drop of Water, Sherlockian musings by Rosemary Michaud, Page 17
New York Without Snow and To Sherlock Holmes She Is ALWAYS The Woman, The spring ASH dinner report by Tina Rhea, Page 29
Plus calendars on pages 16 thru 19, and a review on page 28.


4. September 1997, Volume 1, Issue 4
The Holmes & Women Report, The opening editorial by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 4
The Third Report of Dr. Watson, The trusted companion speaks, Page 6
Checking Out the Sub-Librarians, As reported by Rosemary Michaud, Page 8
A Few Salacious Tid-bits Which Watson May Have Omitted, Sherlockian scholarship by Thomas Cynkin, Page 11
Lasting Impressions of Lasting Impressions, As reported by Brad Keefauver, Page 15
John Clayton: Cabdriver in Town, Archaeologist in the North , A hansom secret exposed by James Ludwig, Page 24
Regarding Irene, Maud, and Tina, Words of women by Lee Shackleford, Page 28
L’affaires du Coeur, Mary mentions and more by Mellissa Hellen, Page 30
Maid of Honor, Agatha thoughts by Mel Hughes, Page 33
Winter Wonderland, Kitty commentary by Rosemary Michaud, Page 37
Plus calendars on pages 20 thru 23, and a review on page 18.


5. November 1997, Volume 1, Issue 5
The Shilling Squad, The opening editorial by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 3
Reichenbach Where We Started, S’ian scholarship by Rosemary Michaud, Page 5
Interlude at Baker Street I, Sherlockian whimsy by Robert C. Burr, Page 9
CCC 1997, Reported by S.E.D., Page 10
The Mighty Debs, A true tale by Brad Keefauver, Page 12
The Annual Picnic and Victorian Tea Partyof the Three Garridebs of Westchester County, Reported by S.E.D. , Page 20
Upon the Existence of Mycroft’s Sex Life, By W. Scott Monty and Brad Keefauver, Page 23
The Fourth Report of Dr. Watson, On the private lives of he and Holmes, Page 25
Yanking Back, Repartee by Tina Rhea, Page 27
Between the Lines, Last words on Adler/Bellamy by Bill Mason, Page 28
Plus calendars on pages 16 thru 19, and a review on page 21.


6. January 1998, Volume 1, Issue 6
The Birthday Issue, The opening editorial by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Great Sherlockian Sleepover, Reported by W. Scott Monty and John Baesch, Page 3
Bad Poem Number Seventeen, Sherlockian verse by Don Hobbs, Page 7
The Review’s Last Bow, Reported by Brad Keefauver, Page 8
A Special Report of Dr. Watson, On his friend’s birthday, Page 9
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 11
A Shy Person’s Guide to Making Conversation at a Sherlockian Function, S’ian advice by Brad Keefauver, Page 13
Band in Boston, Reported by Rosemary Michaud, Page 17
The Canon and My Clients, Sherlockian observations by Tina Rhea, Page 25
A Deeper Blue, S’ian scholarship by Rosemary Michaud. , Page 27
The Horror of the Hound, Sherlockian verse by Bill Mason, Page 31
His and Her-petology, Sherlockian debate by Monty and Michaud, Page 35
Plus calendars on pages 20 thru 24.


7. January 1998, Volume 1, Issue 6 (Special Edition for 1998 B.S.I. Dinner and Baskerville Bash)
The Half Issue, The opening editorial by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
A Special Report of Dr. Watson, On his friend’s birthday, Page 3
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 5
A Shy Person’s Guide to Making Conversation at a Sherlockian Function, S’ian advice by Brad Keefauver, Page 7
The Dangling Prussian Amateur Press Association,Sherlockian society reported by Brad Keefauver, Page 11
The Canon and My Clients, Sherlockian observations by Tina Rhea, Page 15
A Deeper Blue, S’ian scholarship by Rosemary Michaud. , Page 17
The Horror of the Hound, Sherlockian verse by Bill Mason, Page 21
Plus calendars on pages 12 thru 13.
8. March 1998, Volume 1, Issue 7 (Actually Volume 2, Issue 1)
The Write Sherlockian Stuff, The opening editorial by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Top 100 Sherlockian Writers of All Time, A List for the Sherlockian Reader, Page 3
It’s Not Just a Dinner and a Cocktail Party . . . on the Fringe of the New York Celebrations, Reported by John Baesch, Page 7
The Sixth Report of Dr. Watson, On the "H" and other matters, Page 9
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 11
Jupiter Descending, S’ian scholarship by Rosemary Michaud, Page 13
The Single Cartridge Problem, S’ian Scholarship by Keefauver and Holliday, Page 17
Christopher Lee’s Memories of Sherlock, Considered by David F. Morrill, Page 20
Outlines upon the Luminous Screen, The video column by Jennie Paton, Page 22
Paul and John’s Excellent Adventure: The Things We Do For Holmes, S’ian Observations by John Baesch, Page 32
Canonical Footnotes, Sherlockian scholarship by Warren Randall, Page 38
Regarding the True Aetiology of the Skin-Lightening Syndrome in "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier", Sherlockian scholarship by Carl Heifetz, Page 42


9. May 1998, Volume 2, Issue 2
The Bearskin Rug Ate My Calendar, The opening editorial by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 3
A Different Kind of Sherlockian Gathering, Sherlockian moments by John Baesch, Page 5
Dining with Sherlock Holmes on the West Coast, Sherlockian events by William Ballew, Page 7
Paternal Blessings, Sherlockian Scholarship by Joe Moran, BSI, Page 9
The Seventh Report of Dr. Watson, With some biographical notes, Page 14
Now Let Us Drink to Famous People, S’ian advice by John Baesch, Page 16
A Soviet Secret, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 23
Who Dung It? A Trifling Manure-graph, S’ian scholarship by Rosemary Michaud. , Page 28
Teutonic: A Night (Not) to Remember, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 32
Plus a calendar, reviews, and other things.


10. July 1998, Volume 2, Issue 3
Let’s Play, The opening editorial by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Grand Game Can Never Die, If Those Things The Heart Believes Are True, An editorial by Bill Cochran, Page 3
The Grand Game: 1998 Edition, Some guidelines by Brad Keefauver, Page 5
A Toast to Emilia Lucca, Sherlockian Scholarship by Joe Moran, BSI, Page 9
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 11
The Napoleon of Detectives, S’ian scholarship by Rosemary Michaud. , Page 13
"Very Sprightly Letters", A "heapin’ helpin’" as Earl Flatt used to say, Page 18
A Toast To The Worst Real Estate In The Canon, Sherlockian Scholarship by Edward S. Smith, Page 25
They Are Giants: The Grand Game Played To Perfection, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 27
Plus calendars, reviews, and other things.


11. September 1998, Volume 2, Issue 4
All Aboard the H&WR!/Deep Footprints, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 4
Maximum Lomax, S’ian scholarship by Rosemary Michaud. , Page 6
Sherlock Holmes Visits America, Wilmerian events by John Baesch, Page 9
Sherlock Holmes in My Car, More Wilmerian events by W. Scott Monty, Page 11
Sherlock Holmes In Washington II, Added Wilmerian events by David Morrill, Page 13
The Police Court, A quiz by Dana Richards, Page 18
All At Sea With Sherlock Holmes, Sherlockian Events by John Baesch, Page 20
The Ls Have It: Laura Lyons and the L.L.s of the Superman Saga, S’ian scholarship by Bill Mason. , Page 22
Dogs Howling In The Night-time, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 26
Plus calendars, reviews, and other things.


12. November 1998, Volume 2, Issue 5
They’re Okay! The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
A Recherché Collection, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 4
Some Observations on the Franco-Midland Hardware Company, A look at a very unique society by Jim Webb , Page 8
The Police-Court, Wordplay by Dana Richards, Page 11
Captain Kirk vs. Old Surehand: Showdown on Dartmoor, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 12
The Real Last Court of Appeal, Sherlockian scholarship by Warren Randall, Page 13
Were the Beatles Holmesians? Sherlockian scholarship by Don Hobbs, Page 18
The Curious Coincidence of the Bogus Laundry Affairs, Sherlockian scholarship by Jeff Bradway, Page 21
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 25
Sherlock Through the Looking Glass, Sherlockian musings by Robert Ennis, Page 28


13. January 1999, Volume 2, Issue 6
The Detective of the Great White North, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Is Naked the Best Disguise?, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 4
Carpet Diem: A "Rug"ged Profile, Sherlockian scholarship by Rosemary Michaud , Page 9
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 13
The Police-Court, Wordplay by Dana Richards, Page 18
Here Come The Brides, A massive inquiry by Brad Keefauver, Page 21


14. January 1999 (Special 1999 Baskerville Bash Edition)
Behave Yourselves, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Is Naked the Best Disguise? Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 4
The Police-Court, Wordplay by Dana Richards, Page 10
Here Come The Brides, A massive inquiry by Brad Keefauver, Page 13


15. March 1999, Volume 3, Issue 1
Intuitive Sherlockiana, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 4
Sherlock Hamster, A Toon of Holmes by Stu Shiffman, Page 6
A Time to Howl, Sherlockian events by Brad Keefauver, Page 7
Selden’s Lament, Sherlockian verse by Rosemary Michaud, Page 10
It’s Child’s Play, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 12
Sherlock Holmes’s Birthplace, The opening gambit of the H&WR Round Table by
Hugh T. Harrington , Page 17
Bill Mason , Page 19
William R. Cochran , Page 23
Rosemary Michaud , Page 25
Don Hobbs , Page 27
David R. McCallister , Page 30
Brad Keefauver , Page 32
The Police-Court, Wordplay by Dana Richards, Page 35
When Irish Eyes, Commentary by Rosemary Michaud, Page 37


16. May 1999, Volume 3, Issue 2
Arch-Enemy of the Typo Reduction Team, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Sherlock Holmes’s Mother, The second inquiry of the H&WR Round Table featuring essays by:
Hugh T. Harrington, Page 4
David R. McCallister, Page 5
Tina Rhea, Page 8
Rosemary Michaud, Page 10
Don Hobbs, Page 26
Brad Keefauver, Page 27
The Police-Court, Form Puzzles by Dana Richards, Page 11
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 14
The Seven-Per-Cent Solution: Investigating The Mystery of the Leaping Fish, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 17
A Canonical Quiz on "Golden Pince-nez", S’ian puzzlement by Lloyd W. Brown, Jr. , Page 34
Silence is Golden, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 36
Canonical Canines, S’ian scholarship by Edward S. Smith, Jr., Page 41
One of Our Heroes Is Missing, Sherlockian Scholarship by Brad Keefauver, Page 45
And loads of other good stuff!


17. July 1999, Volume 3, Issue 3
Giant Summer Fun Issue! The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Fox(Hunter) and the Hound: Oxley the Hammer Hugo, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 4
What about Bob? S’ian Scholarship by Rosemary Michaud, Page 9
"My Ancestors Were . . .", Sherlockian Scholarship by Janet Bensley, Page 14
Sherlock Holmes’s Father, The third inquiry of the H&WR Round Table, featuring essays by:
Bill Cochran, Page 18, , Rosemary Michaud, Page 20
David R. McCallister, Page 22
Brad Keefauver, Page 25
The Shag Connection, Sherlockian Scholarship by Brad Keefauver, Page 32
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 34
The Police-Court, Wordplay by Dana Richards, Page 38
Moving Experiences, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 40
The Final Sting, S’ian scholarship by Lloyd W. Brown, Jr. , Page 43
And loads of other good stuff!


18. September 1999, Volume 3, Issue 4
Something for Everyone . . . Somewhere, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 4
That Howl in the Night, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 8
On the Dating of Manuscripts, S’ian Scholarship by David R. McCallister, Page 11
Sherlock Holmes Crosses a Thor Bridge to Scientific Inspiration, Sherlockian Scholarship by Carl Heifetz, Page 13
Adding a Little Vi to the Agra, or A Whetted Wontner Solves The Sign of the Four, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 18
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews: O Jerusalem, A mini-review by Don Hobbs, Page 23
A Child’s First Detective Impulses, The fourth inquiry of the H&WR Round Table, featuring essays by:
Brad Keefauver, Page 24
David R. McCallister, Page 27
Rosemary Michaud, Page 29


19. September 1999 (Special Holmes Under The Arch: "Weekend at Baskerville Hall" Version of the Issue)
Moriarty Versus The Hound, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 4
That Howl in the Night, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 8
On the Dating of Manuscripts, S’ian Scholarship by David R. McCallister, Page 11
The Dog Star: A Tail with Sirius Implications, Sherlockian Scholarship by Rosemary Michaud, Page 13
Der Hund von Baskerville by Doktor Johann Watson, Sherlockian Musings by the Trout in the Milk, Page 18


20. November 1999, Volume 3, Issue 5
The Sign of the Sherlock, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Holmes Under the Arch: A Tale of Sherlockian Survival in the Face of a Ridiculously Wonderful Time, S’ian Events by Mrs. Pierre P. Baskerville, Page 4
The Police-Court, Wordplay by Dana Richards, Page 9
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 14
"Admiration of the French savant:" Georges Treville and The Copper Beeches, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 16
The Return of Dogs Howling in the Night, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 21
A Canonical Quiz on "Norwood Builder", S’ian puzzlement by Lloyd W. Brown, Jr. , Page 35
Sherlock Holmes — Freemason? Sherlockian scholarship by Ronald E. Fish., Page 27
Training the Eye, S’ian scholarship by Rosemary Michaud., Page 37
The Father of Sherlock Holmes, S’ian scholarship by Don Hobbs., Page 41
Sherlock Holmes — Born May 4, 1894 "The Reichenbach Plan", S’ian scholarship by Edward S. Smith, Jr., Page 43
And loads of other good stuff!


21.January 2000, Volume 3 Issue 6
The Thousand Year Itch, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Sherlockian Millennium, A big ol’ retrospective, Page 3
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 11
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews, Little teeny book reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 14
Carbuncular Greetings, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 15
Holmes and the Half Century, Sherlockian musings by Rosemary Michaud, Page 21
The Police-Court, Wordplay by Dana Richards, Page 28
The 2000 Sir Hugo Awards, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 30
A "Second Stain" Saves the Day, Sherlockian scholarship by Carl L. Heifetz, Page 36
The First Subscriber, Sherlockian musings by Brad Keefauver, Page 40
1917 Et Seq: Watson Alive or Watson Dead, Sherlockian scholarship by Edward Connor, Page 43


22. March 2000, Volume 4, Issue 1
Strange Bedfellows, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Sir Hugo’s BSI Weekend Diary (Y2K Edition), Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 4
The Second Mrs. Watson, S’ian toasting by Gordon Speck, Page 9
Sherlock Holmes, Qualified Presidential Candidate, S’ian Scholarship by Brad Keefauver, Page 11
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 15
The Holmes & Watson Report Election 2000 Fact-Finding Poll, Sherlockian survey results, Page 20
Lost and Found, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 24
The Police-Court, Acrostic, Page 30
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews, Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Pages 29, 32


23. May 2000, Volume 4, Issue 2
Rasslin’ with Sherlockian Scholarship, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 5
The Six Napoleons, S’ian toasting by The Rev. Mr. Scott Axford, Page 8
Mrs. Hudson, S’ian toasting by Nancy Beiman, Page 9
The Secret of the Tantalus, S’ian Scholarship by Brad Keefauver, Page 10
The Police-Court, Form Puzzles, Redux by Dana Richards, Page 16
Milking Sacred Cows: Revisiting BrettBash ‘95, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 22
"An Ancestor of Mine Maintained . . .", Sherlockian Documentary by Greg Sullivan, Page 28
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews, Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Pages 9, 18


24. July 2000, Volume 4, Issue 3
The Many Paths, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Detective’s Song, S’ian Music by Greg Sullivan, Page 5
The Summer Mini-Review Marathon, Those cute little reviews by Don Hobbs., Page 10
The Police-Court, Wordplay by Dana Richards, Page 14
Relations, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 16
Fear and Fake Rowing on the Campaign Trail: The Dayton Sherlockian Convention of ‘00, S’ian gonzo journalism by G.H.K.U., Page 19
A Little Known Twist on TWIS: Looking for The Man Who Disappeared, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 25
A Toast Given at the Hansom Wheels , A Sherlockian toast by Lloyd W. Brown, Jr. , Page 30
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 32
Two from the Comics, S’ian scene by Greg Sullivan., Page 37
The London Connection, A Sherlockian toast by Lloyd W. Brown, Jr. , Page 39
And loads of other good stuff!


25. September 2000, Volume 4, Issue 4
Keefauver’s Maxi-Review, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Hobb’s Mini-Reviews, Reviews by Don Hobbs, Pages 3, 25, 32, 35, 40
Detective Chimp, Sherlock in the Comics by Bill Mason, Page 4
The Case of the Cunningham Heritage, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 10
The Most, Sherlockian Toasting by Warren Randall, Page 15
It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 16
Sullivan’s Index, Sherlockian musings by Greg Sullivan., Page 24
The Police-Court, Wordplay by Dana Richards, Page 26
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 28
Dr. Doyle Spins!, Sherlockian Musings by Greg Sullivan, Page 33
Birth of a Watson, Birth of a Canon, Sherlockian Scholarship by Brad Keefauver


26. The Moriarty-Moran Report November 2000, Volume 4, Issue 5
I Hear of James Nowhere . . ., The opening stuff by Porlock Turner, Page 2
The Second Most Dangerous Administrative Assistant in London, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 5
Sightings at Twilight, Moriartian Musings by Bill Mason, Page 11
Profeye, Comics by A.C. D’Oil (Edited by G.S.), Page 13
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 17
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews: Reviews by Don Hobbs, Pages 23, 24
Letters to the Editor, Edited and Responded to by Greg Sullivan, Page 25
The Police-Court, Wordplay by Dana Richards, Page 29
Hudson Courts, Moriarty-induced advertising by Wanda Dow, Page 31
The Fan, Moriartian Scholarship by Brad Keefauver, Page 32
The Superlative Moriarty, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 36


27. January 2001, Volume 4, Number 6
SH in Y2K: What Happened? The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Caped Crusaders: Sherlock and the Batman, Sherlock in the Comics by Bill Mason, Page 4
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 8
How Watson Learned He Was Tricked, Sherlockian pastichery by David Richardson, Page 11
The Police-Court, Form Puzzles, Redux by Dana Richards, Page 14
Moriarty: An Encounter of the First Kind, Serlockian Pastichery by Carl Heifetz, Page 16
Twelve Years, Sherlockian Perspectives by Brad Keefauver, Page 25
Meanwhile . . . The B.S.I./Bash Dinners 2001, Covered by B. Keefauver and K. Carter, Page 29
Sherlocking With Larry McMurtry, Sherlockian Interview by Don Hobbs, Page 39
Observations of Dancing Men, Sherlockian Encounters by James R. Webb, Page 42
Heading West, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 46
Ritual Murder, Sherlockian scholarship by David Richardson, Page 48
And Now For Something Completely Lame, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 55


28. March 2001, Volume 5, Number 1
The 25th Issue Thank-You Note, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 3
The 2001 Sir Hugo Awards: Watsons We’ve Known and Loved, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 4
The Police-Court, Transposals, Page 9
". . . so I hazarded the opinion . . .", Book reviews by Greg Sullivan, Page 10
Ships Ahoy! — Vessels Within the Canon, Sherlockian Scholarship by John Brousch, Page 11
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 18
Caped Crusaders: Sherlock and the Batman, Part 2: Paying Homage to Holmes, Sherlock in the Comics by Bill Mason, Page 21
Moving Experiences, Part Deux, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 24
Tracking with Aniseed and Its Other Uses, S’ian Scholarship by Carl Heifetz, Page 26


29. May 2001, Volume 5, Number 2
The Hi-Tech Competition, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Reflections in the Pellucid Pool , The Cover Story by Regina Stinson, Page 5
The Year of the Hound, Sherlockian Events by David Richardson, Page 7
Caped Crusaders: Sherlock and the Batman, Part 3: Batman and Holmes, Face to Face, Sherlock in the Comics by Bill Mason, Page 10
Those Who Can, Do . . . Those Who Can’t, Scheme , S’ian Scholarship by Brad Keefauver, Page 16
"Elementary, My Dear Steed": The Avengers’ Sherlockian Adventure, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 21
The Police-Court, Transposals, Page 28
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 30
The Hound 2001, Sherlockian Whimsy by Greg Sullivan, Page 33
It’s All in the Details, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 38
The Experts Don’t Lie, , Sherlockian Survey, Page 41


30. July 2001, Volume 5, Number 3
Medicine for the Madness Sherlockian, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Holmes , The Cover Story by Bill Mason, Page 5
"I have in my pocket a manuscript": The Curse of The Hound of London, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 11
Copycats, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 15
Calendar of Sherlockian Days , The calendars, Page 18, 19
A Toast to Murray, Sherlockian Toasting by Carl Heifetz, Page 20
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 22
The Police-Court, A quiz by Dana Richards, Page 26
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 29
Dead? Not Hardly, Sherlockian Scholarship by Bill Mason, Page 30
Cartoons by, John Brousch, Page 4, 10, 24
Cartoons by, Sam Stinson, Page 25, 29


31. September 2001, Volume 5, Number 4
East Winds, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Professor Has a Chat , Sherlockian poetry by Greg Sullivan, Page 4
Sherlocking in Devonshire, England , Sherlockian Events by Don Hobbs, Page 7
The Police-Court, A quiz by Dana Richards, Page 12
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Little reviews by Don Hobbs, Pages 13, 14, 17
Holes, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, .Page 15
Calendar of Sherlockian Days , The calendars, Pages 18, 19
A Toast to Mycroft Holmes, Sherlockian Toasting by Ron Fish, Page 20
". . . so I hazarded the opinion . . ." , A review by Greg Sullivan, Page 21
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, .Page 22
The Automaton of Baker Street: Sherlock Holmes as Robot in Canon and Comics, Sherlockian Scholarship by Bill Mason, Page 25
"Brown as a Nut and Fit as a Lathe": The Stately Homes of Beeker Street, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema . . . Page 31


32. November 2001, Volume 5, Number 5
Our Distinguished Competition, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Now It Can Be Told, S’ian scholarship by David Richardson, Page 5
The Third Paradigm of Sherlockian Endeavor, S’ian scholarship by Brad Keefauver, Page 8
The Police-Court, A quiz by Dana Richards, Page 15
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 17
There But for the Grace of Doyle Go We, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 22
Sherlock Holmes and the Silver Age Flash , The Cover Story by Stu Shiffman, Page 24
The Unfinished Unknown Sherlock Holmes , A S’ian fragment by Lloyd W. Brown Jr., Page 30
A Watson Nightmare, Sherlockian Whimsy by John Brousch, Page 34
Toasting The Hound of the Baskervilles, Sherlockian toasting by a bunch of folk, Page 36
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 4, 33
Leading with the Chin, Sherlockian Scholarship by Bill Mason, Page 45


33. January 2002, Volume 5, Number 6 (Cover dated January 2001)
The Phantom Strikes! The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Little reviews by Don Hobbs, Pages 3
That ’70s Sherlock: One Rakehell’s Memories of the Great Revival, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema , Page 4
Earth-Sherlock: "Many-Worlds" and a Quart Short , Sherlockian Scholarship by Stu Shiffman, Page 9
One of Mrs. Hudson’s Cronies , A Sherlockian Tale by Mark Conrad, Page 12
". . . so I hazarded the opinion . . ." , A review by Greg Sullivan, Page 16
The Police-Court, A quiz by Dana Richards, Page 20
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, .Page 21
To Laura Lyons, Sherlockian Toasting by Regina Stinson, .Page 23
Previews, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, .Page 24
The Adventure of the Encyclopaedic Writer, Sherlockian Revew by Bill Mason, Page 27
A New Game of Sherlockiana and A Canonical Mystery, Sherlockian Events by Brad Keefauver. . .Page 30


34. March 2002, Volume 6, Number 1
Interactive Sherlockiana , The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 4, 13
Copper Blaze, or The Red-Headed Circle, S’ian scholarship by Susan Rice, Page 5
The Tracy Connection, S’ian scholarship by Sam Stinson, Page 10
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 14
DVD Versus Video, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 16
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 19
A Canonical Mystery, Part Two , Investigation by the Baker Street Wannabees, Page 22
Back in the New York Groove , Sherlockian events by Brad Keefauver, Page 34
The Bash Coloring Contest, Sherlockian competition, Page 41
A Walking, Talking Paget Illustration: Peter Cushing’s Quarter Century with the Master, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 43
Plus more book reviews, our 2002 survey results, the calendars, and more.


35. May 2002, Volume 6, Number 2
25 Years, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Was Holmes an Apostle? Sherlockian Scholarship by David Richardson, Page 5
The Police-Court, A quiz by Dana Richards, Page 10
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Little reviews by Don Hobbs, Pages 11, 17
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, .Page 12
Of Sleeping Cardinals, Air Guns, and One-Armed Colonels: Revisiting Twickenham’s Empty (Starter) House , Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema , Page 18
A Tale of Two Empty Houses , Sherlockian Theoretics by Brad Keefauver. . .Page 24
". . . so I hazarded the opinion . . ." , A review by Greg Sullivan, Page 28
Plus calendars and more.


36. May 2002 (Occupants of the Empty House Anniversary Special)
The Favorite, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
A Tale of Two Empty Houses , Sherlockian Theoretics by Brad Keefauver. . .Page 24
Of Sleeping Cardinals, Air Guns, and One-Armed Colonels: Revisiting Twickenham’s Empty (Starter) House , Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema , Page 18
An Authorial Index to The Camden House Journal: January 1979 to March 2002, by Donald J. Hobbs and Brad Keefauver, Page 1 of the Reverse-reading direction.


37. July 2002, Volume 6, Number 3
Continuing Serial or Great Literature? The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
But Why So Many? Sherlockian societies by Alfred A. Levin, Page 5
The Crank on the Moor: The Legacy of Mr. Frankland, S’ian scholarship by David Richardson, Page 13
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 18
The Seven Deadly Sins of Sherlockian Pastiche, Sherlockian dictums by Greg Sullivan, Page 20
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 24
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 26
Keep Digging Until You Find It, Sherlockian scholarship by Carl Heifetz, Page 27
The First Holmes-Dracula Connection; or Bram Stoker’s Gilligan’s Island, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 32
A Canonical Mystery, Part Three , Investigation by the Baker Street Wannabees, Page 38
Plus the calendars, and more.


38. September 2002, Volume 6, Number 4
Sometimes, It’s Not About Books, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 5
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 7
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 8
The Adventure of the Purloined Letter, Sherlockian pastiche by Ira Block, Page 12
A Toast to Dr. Watson, Sherlockian toasting by Carl Heifetz, Page 24
Cheating the Noose: A Speculation Upon the Silence of the Resident Patient, S’ian scholarship by Karen Murdock, Page 26
Nolan and Wakeman’s The Hound of the Baskervilles, Sherlockian review by Stu Shiffman, Page 29
". . . so I hazarded the opinion . . .", Sherlockian review by Greg Sullivan, Page 32
Everything Old Is New Again , Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 34
You’re So Weathervane: Blinker ‘n’ Sherl Meet The (Laughing) Mummy, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 38
Plus the calendars, and more.


39. November 2002, Volume 6, Number 5
Werewolves of London, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Sherlocking with Carole Nelson Douglas, Sherlockian interview by Don Hobbs, Page 5
Watson Had One Wife (Maybe Two?), S’ian scholarship by David Richardson, Page 11
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 15, 20, 34
From Gene Wilder to Rolfe Becker: A Review of Alan Barnes’s Sherlock Holmes on Screen, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 16
The Werewolf Club and More, Sherlockian reviews by Stu Shiffman, Page 21
Going to the Hounds , Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, Page 32
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 35
A Sherlockian Quest, Sherlockian collecting by Don Hobbs, Page 37
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 40
Sherlock Holmes and the Case of Ineffable Twaddle, Sherlockian parody by Bob Byrne, Page 46
Plus the calendars, and more.


40. January 2003, Volume 6, Number 6
Best and Wisest, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Professor, the Snowman, and the Dalai Lama, Sherlockian Scholarship by S.V. Stinson, Page 5
The Adventure of the Scared Solicitor, Sherlockian scholarship by Karen Murdock, Page 8
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 10, 12
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 11
Tunnel Detection in Victorian London, Sherlockian Scholarship by Carl Heifetz, Page 13
A Tale of Two Dinners: The BSI/Bash Scoop for 2003, S’ian Events by Carter and Keefauver, Page 17
Sherlock Holmes Meets The Wolfboys II, Sherlockian review by Stu Shiffman, Page 23
Sherlockian Allusions by Agatha Christie , Collected by Doris Dale, Page 28
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 31
The Priapic Adventures of Young (Johnny) Holmes, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 35
Plus the calendars, and more.


41. March 2003, Volume 7, Number 1
Building 221B, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Eye of the Beholder, Upon the Luminous Screen by Jennie Paton, Page 5
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 9
A Hound without Hugo is like a Moor without Moonshine, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 11
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 16
Doyleamaniacs , A song by Greg Sullivan, Page 19
Why Another Hound? Sherlockian musings by Judith Freeman, Page 23
"Copper" Bottom? S’ian Scholarship by David Richardson, Page 26
Sherlock Holmes and the Tracing of Bigfoot Prints, Sherlockian scholarship by Stu Shiffman, Page 32
Plus the calendars, poetry, and more.


42. May 2003, Volume 7, Number 2
Sherlock Holmes versus the Unknown, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
"The rest is deduction", Sherlockian scholarship by David Richardson, Page 4
The Adventure of the Scared Solicitor, Sherlockian scholarship by Karen Murdock, Page 8
"Suggested by the book by A. Conan Doyle": Revisiting Edwin L. Martin’s A Study in Scarlet, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 9
Mrs. Warren’s "Girl": Was She a Stool Pigeon? Sherlockian scholarship by Katen Murdock, Page 14
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 17
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 23, 32, 35
A Tale from the Crypt: Unearthing "The Illustrious Client" in Dracula, Sherlockian scholarship by Bill Mason, Page 24
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 33
The Holmes & Watson Report’s Annual Survey, The results, Page 36
Plus the calendars, and more.


43. July 2003, Volume 7, Number 3
A Way to Enjoy Sherlock Holmes, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
A Phat Phantasy from ’44: The Case of the Screaming Bishop, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema, Page 5
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, Page 10
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 13
The Colossal Schemes of Baron Maupertuis, Sherlockian scholarship by Stu Shiffman, Page 15
When Did They Meet? , An advertisement by Greg Sullisan, Page 19
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Those little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 28
The Spaces Between the Cases, S’ian scholarship by Brad Keefauver, Page 29
The Holmes & Watson Report’s The "Spaces between the Cases" Timetable, A chronology, Page 36
Plus the calendars, and more.


44. The Holmes & Watson Report: A Study In Character (An issue written by Canonical characters as the September 2003 number)
Featuring (In Almost Alphabetical Order)
Janet Bensley as Mrs. Hudson . . . advising on entertaining
Don Hobbs as A Maniac Collector . . . considering tomes of worth
Sandy Kozinn as Grace Dunbar . . . writing in her own defence
Brad Keefauver as Frances Hay Moulton . . . introducing this issue
Jabez Wilson . . . explaining his lending policies
Porlock . . . projecting from the afterlife
Lord Backwater . . . revealling the secrets of the Pimernel league
Bill Mason as Mrs. Neville St. Clair. . . sharing her arrangement with Mr. Sherlock Holmes
David McCallister as John Clay . . . waxing poetical on The Dark Lantern League
Dana Richards as Chief of The Police Court . . . perplexing us with puzzles
David Richardson as Mr. Frankland . . . answering questions upon The Dark Lantern League
Stu Shiffman as Horace Harker . . . discoursing upon kinematography and a certain League Extraordinaire
Regina Stinson as Violet Hunter . . . telling of on her later doings
Jim Vogelsang as Colonel Sebastian Moran . . . rambling on the hunt, as ever
Lynn Walker as Lady Clara St. Simon . . . fearing for the Barclay family
Sir Hugo Baskerville as Sir Hugo Baskerville . . . passing judgment on Sir Hugo Baskervilles


45. November 2003, Volume 7, Issue 5
Focus, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Literary Agent, Redactor, or . . . ? Sherlockian questioning by David Richardson, Page 4
Toys, Upon the luminous screen by Jennie Paton, .Page 7
The Repetitious Client, Poetry by Frank Coffman, Pages 9
The Police-Court, A quiz by Dana Richards, Page 10
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, .Page 15
A Sherlockian World in the Ciniverse, Sherlockian scholarship by Stu Shiffman, Page 18
Investigating the Williamsburg Forgeries; or, When Sir Hugo Donned Fore-and-Aft Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema , Page 20
Sherlockian Gothic, Sherlockian theoretics by Brad Keefauver. . .Page 29
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Little reviews by Don Hobbs, Pages 3, 11, 17
The Magic Portal , Poetry by Frank Coffman, Pages 32
Plus calendars and more.


46. January 2004, Volume 7, Issue 6
Print Versus Electronic? The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Gems from "The Beryl Coronet", Sherlockian scholarship by Paul Singleton, Page 4
When Holmes Was a Household Word: Revisiting The Sherlock Holmes Scrapbook , Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema , Page 8
The Adventure of the Sleeping Heroes, Sherlockian pastiche by Stu Shiffman, Page 14
A Suspicious Photograph on the Mantlepiece, Sherlockian scholarship by Karen Murdock, Page 22
Watson as Boswell, Sherlockian scholarship by David Richardson, Page 25
A Canonical Number Conundrum , Sherlockian poetry by Regina Stinson, Pages 29
A Face of Identity, Sherlockian scholarship by Warren Randall. . .Page 33
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, .Page 36
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Little reviews by Don Hobbs, Pages 7, 13, 32, 38
The Fantastic Formula, Sherlockian poetry by Frank Coffman, Page 40
Plus calendars and more.


47. March 2004, Volume 8, Issue 1
This Little Journal o’ Ours, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
A Fresh Start, "So Excellent a View" by William R. Cochran, Page 4
Because We Can: Fun With Sherlockian DVD Extras, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema , Page 7
The Crime of the Century, S’ian scholarship by Robert E. Robinson, Page 12
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 21
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Little reviews by Don Hobbs, Pages 22
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, .Page 23
STUD Farm, Sherlockian scholarship by Judith Freeman, Page 26
A Scientific Lesson Learned from "The Yellow Face", Sherlockian scholarship by Carl L. Heifetz, Page 33
Plus calendars and more.


48. May 2004, Volume 8, Issue 2
The Last Read of John H. Watson, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
"There are unexplored possibilities about you"; or, A Rose for Watson, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema , Page 4
In What Way Wronged? Sherlockian scholarship by David Richardson, Page 8
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 15
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 18
The Holmes & Watson Report 2004 Survey , Our annual report, Page 22
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, .Page 24
Farenheit 2004, "So Excellent a View" by William Cochran, Page 28
Plus calendars and more.


49. July 2004, Volume 8, Issue 3
Strike Up The "Band", The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 3
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, .Page 6
Hair Growth Formula, Swinging Gals, and the Stately Hat Company; or, How Sir Hugo Got His First Deerstalker, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema , Page 10
In Re: Nicholas Meyer, "So Excellent a View" by William Cochran, Page 14
Hobbs’s Mini-Reviews , Little reviews by Don Hobbs, Page 21
Sherlock Holmes, Scientific Detective, Solves the Silver Blaze Horse-Napping Case, Sherlockian scholarship by David Richardson, Page 22
No Tom and Huck, This Jeff and Enoch , Sherlockian scholarship by Brad Keefauver, Page 26
Plus calendars and more.


50. September 2004, Volume 8, Issue 4
The Ogre of Baker Street, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
A Toast to Cyril Morton, Sherlockian Toasting by Ron Fish, Page 4
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, .Page 5
Dr. Watson, Hero of San Francisco, Sherlockian scholarship by Brad Keefauver, Page 11
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 15
Survivor, The Reality Series 1: The Basic Library and John Bennett Shaw, "So Excellent a View" by William Cochran, Page 17
For He’s a Jolly Good Marionette; or, You Can’t Go Wong With Herlock Sholmes Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema , Page 21
The Singing Fire by Lilian Nattel: A view into the London not seen in the annals of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlockian Perspective by Stu Shiffman, Page 26


51. November 2004, Volume 8, Issue 5
Baker Street, 1903, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
Survivor, The Reality Series II: Some Survivors From List 1, "So Excellent a View" by William Cochran, Page 5
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 9
Sherlocking at the Gasfitter’s Ball, The Maniac Collector’s In-box by Don Hobbs, Page 12
Boscombe Valley Poetry, Sherlockian Poetry by Regina Stinson, Page 14
The Baker Street Commuter, Sherlockian Reading by Stu Shiffman, Page 15
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, .Page 20
Their Last Bows: Alpha Presents Three Omegas on DVD, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema , Page 23


52. All of 2005, Volume 8, Issue 6
The 2005 Issue, The opening stuff by Brad Keefauver, Page 2
"We have had some dramatic entrances": First Impressions of Great Sherlocks, Sir Hugo’s Wild and Profane Sinema , Page 4
Where Martha Hudson Really Feeds the Street Urchins, Sherlockian Perspective by John Baesch, Page 10
Ramblings of a Wit (half or nit), A whole ’nother column by Jim Vogelsang, .Page 12
Hobbs’s Mini-Review, A little review by Don Hobbs, .Page 14
The Police-Court, A puzzle by Dana Richards, Page 15
The Baker Street Commuter, Sherlockian Reading by Stu Shiffman, Page 17
NIDW, "So Excellent a View" by William Cochran, Page 20
The Moriarty Triangle, S’ian Scholarship by David Richardson, .Page 24
Stolen Cadavers, Dissolving Fat, and the Daily Coffee Problem: Unearthing Old-Time Radio’s Murder By Proxy", Sir Hugo’s Rowdy Radiophonic Reveries , Page 29