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Would You Spend the Afternoon at 221B Baker Street?

Pretty soon you can. Portsmouth, England has announced they will be opening a Sherlock theme park near the home of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the Victorian author of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. BBC America shared that the city of Portsmouth on the south coast of England will be putting the equivalent of $42 million dollars into creating a Sherlock Holmes theme park. “Details are sketchy at present, but Steve Pitt of the Portsmouth Cultural Partnership promises “a world-class multimedia experience,” with rides, holograms and…

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Things That Break Sherlockian Hearts

Watching Benedict Cumberbatch on Valentine’s Day sounded like a good idea, but now you’re heartbroken, and you don’t understand why the world keeps on spinning. Christmas things are supposed to make you all happy, but instead your heart falls to your stomach for Molly Hooper                       (Source) Right when you think Irene Adler is a terrible person, Sherlock reveals that he’s had her figured out all along, even if he didn’t realize to what extent…

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Things That Make Sherlockian Hearts

Why do we love Sherlock? Um, because how can we not? It’s wonderful to look back at all the good times with fondness. Are you ready for this Sherlockians? Let’s get on with it then! To date, BBC’s Sherlock might have the most fantastic introduction to Sherlock yet. It places us undoubtedly in our current time with the technology, it integrates text messaging brilliantly, and gives us a taste of Sherlock’s personality before we even meet him: Then we do meet him and he’s incredible…

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Doctor Who and Sherlock

‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Sherlock’ Moments That Gave Us Goosebumps

Fans of one tend to be fans of the other. Doctor Who and Sherlock are brilliant, clever, and all that genius is incredibly sexy! With Sherlock Series 3 wrapped up, time to go back and look at the easter eggs and cross-overs of our favorite British blokes: Hair raising. Abosolutely hair raising. And just for the Sherlockians:

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