The Adventure Of The Speckled Band By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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Although Dr. Roylott died while Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson were present in the residence, Sherlock Holmes was not guilty for the death of Dr. Roylott. The mysterious story, "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," was written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes was not accountable for the demise because he found several pieces of evidence in Julia 's room and Dr. Roylott 's room to construct a prediction for Julia 's death; he did not know all of the facts! Additionally, Dr. Roylott was imprudent for not thinking about the fact that the swamp adder could eradicate him. Furthermore, Sherlock Holmes did intend to take the life of Helen 's father; he was only protecting himself, Dr. Watson, and Helen Stoner! Sherlock Holmes was not guilty for the death of Dr. Grimesby Roylott for various reasons, but first of all, Holmes made a prediction for the decease of Julia without knowing if all of the evidence was true. The inquisitive detective discovered several clues in order to unravel the mystery; yet, he was unaware of all of the true facts. Sherlock Holmes found several eccentric sights in the room of Julia Stoner. The first clue consisted of the bell that led to a ventilator. Holmes examined the bell pull and gave it a tug; the bell was a dummy. Additionally, he realized the ventilator did not work as it should either. Both the ventilator and bell pull seemed to act as a passageway for something diminutive; Sherlock Holmes did not know what the object was.…
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