£0.99 GBPBuy Now The following day Holmes and Watson are introduced to Sir Henry Baskerville. Since his arrival in London, Sir Henry has been troubled by the disappearance of one of his boots, and by a strange note he has received. It would appear that he is being followed by a mysterious stranger. The advice of Holmes is that Sir Henry should go to the the home of his ancestors in Devonshire, Baskerville Hall, but that he should be accompanied by an ally. It is agreed that Watson should accompany Sir Henry, as Holmes has important cases to deal with in London. The song ends with the gentlemen's arrival at Baskerville Hall. At the end of the song a woman is heard weeping 'in the still of the night', and an old clock chimes the hours somewhere in the old house.
CreditsWritten, performed and produced by Graham Dunnington. The characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are used here by kind permission of Jonathan Clowes Limited, on behalf of Andrea Plunket, Director of the Arthur Conan Doyle EU Trademarks. The characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are used here by kind permission of Andrea Plunket, Administrator of the Conan Doyle Copyrights.
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