That's why I'm here, I am asking about the the legend of the Baskerville Hound
How did you know?
You are here about the death of Sir Charles Baskerville!
Yesterday I put my boots outside to be cleaned, when I walk out this morning one of them is gone and I got a weird letter
Holmes, Mortimer and Watson are having a talk about the recent death and one that happened in 1642. About how there all in common. Only the Baskerville generation is going down. And about a legend of a hound that is supposedly the cause of their death.
Sir Henry (the last living Baskerville) is starting to be threatened so he will be kept safe with Sherlock.
As there walking on a trail along the edge of the more, they see a strange man from far carrying a butterfly net and a box. He was trying to catch butterfly. He was acting strange.
I knew it was a killer and not a thief. A thief would still both of them not only one, a killer stills one and gives a threatened letter.
Sir Henry is awakened by weird growling noise. He looks true the window and sees a huge, snarling hound with red glowing eyes.
The hound was after Sir Henry but then he got shot in the back, he turned around and saw his owner (Stapleton) with Sir Henry's boot and attacked him up at his throat
Holmes found out the real legend about the hound and who was after Sir Henry. Now they can all go back to their life.