Part 20: Update #1Let's All Play Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective - The Two Lions (Update #1)
I spent the first three minutes of this video going through the differences between the original versions and the remastered version. The first visitation starts around the 3:15 mark. The notebook, from now onwards, will be written by myself.
Notebook (New clues will be spoilered.)
1. The body of Stephen Lyons, a First Officer for Aberdeen Shipping, was found shortly after 9 AM yesterday morning in St. George's Road. He was witnessed being led in the direction where the body was found by two women and a man, his body had been robbed of two gold earrings which he had been seen to have been wearing. There were no wounds on the body, and it is supposed that an overdose of some drug has been administered.
2. Two lions, both male, were found shot to death in Hyde Park in the early hours of this morning.
3. Watson paid a visit to Sir Meeks at St. Batholomew's Hospital. Sir Meeks confirmed that drugs were involved in Lyons death. He clarified that it was a poison that affected the respitory system and had turned his lips and fingertips blue, it had also given his eyes a distinctive yellow tint. He believes that the drug is exotic as he has never encountered it before.
4. The detectives visited the offices of the Aberdeen Navigation Company. Lyons had been employed there for two years and it's been discovered that before his death, irregularites had arisen in his paperwork. Objects had been discovered missing that were considered securely locked and when questioned, Lyons was very evasive with his answers. It's also believed that Lyons was carrying unassigned cargo for personal profit, following their recent passage on the Rhine(?).
5. Watson spoke to Lyons landlady who confirmed that he is dead. He owed her two months back rent but he told her that he would be paying up, plus several months in advance, come Tuesday.
6. The detectives met with Roy Slade at Hengler's Circus, who confirmed that the two lions killed were part of his circus show. Barry O'Neill was the owner of the two lions who is currently a patient at St. Thomas' Hospital after an accident involving a falling create while helping to unload a ship. O'Neill and his wife are reportedly the only two people who could handle the lions safely. O'Neill's wife is currently staying at Carroll O'Neill's residence.
7. Watson visited Mr. Murray at Scotland Yard who was in a rush to leave. Even though Murray was on his way home, he reported that he didn't really have any real evidence to share with us. Lyons was found with undamaged clothes, no personal effects and with traces of sea salt which could indicate that he was a sailor.
Carpenter, Sylvia - Nothing on file.
Central Carriage Stables - Central Carriage Stables is located at 5 Grey's Road, WC. It is at this location that all of London's cabs are stabled and dispatched. This is a good place to find information about people's movements around the city.
Eddy, Collier - Nothing on file.
Edwards, Marcy - Marcy Edwards was picked up by Scotland Yard on gambling charges, but I believe she was acquitted.
Ellis, Henry (Newspapers - London Times) - Baker Street Regular.
Hall, Edward (Old Bailey) - Baker Street Regular.
Hogg, Quentin (Newspapers - Police Gazette) - Baker Street Regular.
Lestrade, Inspector (Scotland Yard - Criminal Investigations) - Baker Street Regular.
London Library - Baker Street Regular.
O'Brian, Disraeli (Office Of Records) - Baker Street Regular.
O'Neill, Carroll - Carroll & Olivia O'Neill are the parents of Thomas O'Neill the other accused, but never convicted, jewellery thief. After several significant burglaries both in London and on the Continent, it was said that a red-headed man was seen fleeing the scene, which is one of the reasons O'Neill was under suspicion.
O'Neill, Henry - Henry O'Neill is the former president of the Red Headed Men's Club.
Pike, Langdale (Society Club) - Baker Street Regular.
The Raven & Rat Inn (Porky Shinwell) - Baker Street Regular.
Red Bull Inn - The Red Bull Inn is a working class pub. It is located upon the road to the Priory School.
Rudge & Singer - Rudge & Singer manufacture carriages of the highest quality. They were the first company in Britain to begin using rubber tyres. They are particularly known for their buggies, victorias and rockaways. My own carriage was purchased from Rudge & Singer.
St. Thomas' Hospital - St. Thomas' Hospital is located across the Thames. Several years ago, it was engulfed in scandal when several of it's doctors mistakenly removed the incorrect organs from a number of patients.
Sharp, Wallace - Mr. Sharp is a Captain with Aberdeen Shipping. He was once commended for bravery when he dared the icy waters of the Antartic to save a sailor who had fallen overboard.
Topper, Dirken - Avid Irish Nationalist. Treasurer of the Irish Social Club.
Zoological Gardens - Founded in 1826. It is located in Regents Park and maintained by the Zoological Society. It boasts one of the best zoological collections in all of Europe. Fantastic dromedaries. Extraordinary water fowl. And their zebras are not to be missed.
Time to vote!
You can choose up to, and including, five more locations for the detectives to visit. You're also free to send the Irregulars to one location.
It's too early to call for an end to the case.
Voting will end Sunday 31st May at 2200 GMT.