This was BEAUTIFUL. Stranger, COME TO MEEEE.
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- Stranger: My name is Sherlock Holmes...but you see...an experiment...must have miscalculated...what I mean to say is, this is not my era.
- You: I'm sure I don't know what you're talking about. Have you been poisoned again? By someone ELSE? -JM
- Stranger: I should say so! I'm trapped in the wrong century! These...mobile phones? This new method of communicating via...electronic typewriters of some kind
- Stranger: and my biographer is nowhere to be seen. I am quite lost without my dear Doctor. Have you seen him? Rather dashing man with a bowler and a mustache?
- Stranger: Yes well. Back where everything makes some kind of /sense/ I had a bit of an altercation with the most vile criminal mastermind in all of Europe.
- Stranger: While you share his name, you're a bit too...shrill to be confused with the man of my era.
- You: But over here in the 21st century, we both survived the fall. Although, for me, it wasn't really a fall. I went out with a BANG. -JM
- You: But the point is, my Sherly's still off hiding somewhere. So I don't think you'll be meeting him any time soon. -JM
- Stranger: I see. I suppose he and I have a bit in common, then? Hm. I don't suppose I could persuade you to divulge any information pertaining to his whereabouts to me, could I. No. That wouldn't be in a Moriarty's nature.
- You: His John, on the other hand, is currently at 221B Baker Street, with my dear Seb watching him like a hawk. -JM
- You: I s'pose I wouldn't have to kill the good Doctor if it wasn't *his* Sherlock who visited him. -JM
- Stranger: Always with the mindless violence. Good Lord. Now when you say "Seb," I assume you are referring to some variation of a Moran.
- Stranger: He is...or rather, he /was/ a viciously sharp shooter with no moral leg to stand on whatsoever.
- Stranger: If it's any consolation at all, I bested him while he was attempting to pick me off in another most dramatic manner. And he ruined the bust that resembled me so marvelously.
- Stranger: Yes yes, the both of you seem to be annoyingly determined regardless of what century it is. Wonderful.
- Stranger: Dead as a doornail, I'm afraid. The year of your demise was 1891. It was 1895 before I somehow managed to get myself lost in this dreadful time period..
- Stranger: Well you were stirring up an awful lot of trouble, is what you were doing. Who knows how many innocent lives were lost during the time in which you reigned over the criminal vein running through Europe. Even when you /were/ dead I wasn't free from everything you've started.
- Stranger: Yes well perhaps not just like them. You're body is long disintegrated into the bottom of a waterfall in those days, after all.
- You: Oh, he's just bait for now. If you... er, my you, y'know, current you... if he shows his face, it's over for poor Johnny boy. -JM
- You: My Sherly happens to like Lestrade. At least... kind of. Well, you know what you're like. -JM
- Stranger: My Lestrade and I have a large amount of respect for each other, even if we have odd ways of showing it, and not often. But yes, I see your point.
- You: Ohhh Sherlock. He's just torn to pieces, it's sooooo depressing. I'm almost hoping my Sherly will show up so I can have Seb put John out of his misery. -JM
- Stranger: And using ones closest friends as bait is nothing short of a plan that will backfire spectacularly.
- Stranger: I believe I should be looking for a way back home, now. My friend would not like to find me gone quite so soon.
- Stranger: If this John is anything like mine, he's got a Soldier's heart and he's got fight in him.
- Stranger: And his..me..would not let him perish. I've seen your fate, Jim. No solution could be more congenial to me than this.
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In my perusing of google maps I have discovered a Sherlock Holmes pub and the Sherlock Holmes museum.
So going to both when I go to London
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