Death on the Moor
£0.99 GBPBuy Now While Holmes and Watson are discussing their findings, a horrible cry suddenly breaks out from somewhere on the moor. They are at first horrified to discover that it is Sir Henry who has fallen prey. But it is Selden the escaped convict who has been in hiding upon the moor who is now dead. Running blindly through the night, he has fallen to his death over a steep cliff. Running for his life - and from what? He leaves no-one behind, other than his distraught sister Mrs Barrymore, the housekeeper at Baskerville Hall. Holmes and Watson return to the Hall where, by candlelight, they study closely an old family portrait. The picture reveals the face of the man who they know to be the murderer, yet against whom they still have no real evidence.
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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