Where did Arthur Conan Doyle live in London?

Where did Arthur Conan Doyle live in London?

It was at 221B Baker Street that the fictional detective lived. At the time Baker Street only went up to 100 although there is a 221B today - home of the Sherlock Holmes Museum.

What is the address of Sherlock Holmes?

221B Baker Street

Does anyone live at 221B Baker Street?

According to Arthur Conan Doyle's stories, Sherlock Holmes and John Watson lived at 221B Baker Street from 1881 to 1904. ... In fact, there is still no 221 Baker Street. Since the 1930s, the famous address has been lumped in as part of a larger block of buildings originally occupied by the Abbey National Building Society.

Did Sherlock Holmes exist in real life?

Sherlock Holmes, a fictitious character was based on a real man, Dr Joseph Bell, a renown forensic scientist at Edinburgh University whom Conan-Doyle studied under. ... Conan Doyle wrote four novels and fifty-six short stories that feature Holmes.

Are Sherlock and Watson in love?

No, there wasn't. In fact, Arthur Conan Doyle specifically made Watson a man to make sure there was no chance of any romantic implications in Holmes's life. John Watson is quite clearly not a gay man. He has dated women all his life and married a woman called Mary Morstan.

How did Moriarty survive?

He faked his death. We saw a small pool of blood around his head, but that's pretty much it. So Moriarty could have used a fake gun. Put it in his mouth, pull the trigger so it makes a bang, and then fall onto a concealed blood bag.

Is an IQ of 134 good?

A score of 116 or more is considered above average. A score of 130 or higher signals a high IQ. Membership in Mensa, the High IQ society, includes people who score in the top 2 percent, which is usually 132 or higher.