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BBC Sherlock - Crimes / Cases

Cases either on John's blog or mentioned in the series.
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Last updated: June 1, 2014
First submittedJune 1, 2014
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The invisible man with the invisible knife
The Bloody Guardsman
Woman found dead without her case or phone
A Study In Pink
Took place on a ship, taken down from John's blog due to an appeal
Tilly Briggs Cruise of Terror
Dominatrix who nearly brought England to its knees
The Woman
Student kills his boyfrend and hides knife in a clay figure
The Six Thatchers
What seemed like a snake attack, actually a stepfather and slow-acting poison
The Speckled Blonde
Comic books started coming true
The Geek Interpreter
A monsterous dog roaming the wilds of Dartmoor
The Hounds of Baskerville
A case Sherlock chose not to take, title being a reference to James Bond
Diamonds Are Forever
Chinese smuggling ring, graffiti and two murders
The Blind Banker
Actor killed by a prop during a performance, a favourite of many people that John meets
The Aluminium Crutch
Sherlock refers to the case as 'The Belly Button Murders'
The Navel Treatment
A man believes he is invisible, but it was just a joke
The Hollow Client
An african mammal in a very odd location
The Elephant in the Room
Women believe they are dating ghosts, but a man is taking identies of the dead
The Mayfly Man
A whole group of people murder a man in a restaurant and deny all knowledge of it
Murder at 'The Orient Express'
Story of a blowpipe-wielding dwarf told at John's wedding
The Poison Giant
Man is found in a hotel room surrounded by small boxes, all empty except one
The Inexplicable Matchbox
Woman recieving threats through social media, hit by a bus
Death By Twitter
Five pips, civilians strapped with explosive and a swimming pool
The Great Game
Man dies of asphixiation in his locked bathroom, Sherlock solves in 36 seconds
The Deadly Tealights
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