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John H. Watson. Arthur Conan Doyle. Two men both appearing to have written about Sherlock Holmes with the same words. To one, he was real. To the other, a character of fiction. And somewhere out there, there's one guy crazy enough to think it was both.

Jul 10, 2021

Talon King, Victorian film expert Paul Thomas Miller, and special guest, social anthropologist Raquel Rodriguez, look at some of the most disturbing of Dr. Watson's documentary footage to date -- his recordings of the serial killer called "Mother Hubbard" by the conspirators attempting to portray Watson's work as "just...


Mar 31, 2021

Man about town Talon King and Holmesian boy genius Paul Thomas Miller examine the found footage of "The Case of Harry Crocker," and note how many people in Victorian England looked similar to each other, the one-sided nature of London houses, and more indications of Sherlock Holmes as more criminal than...


Mar 21, 2021

Paul Thomas Miller and Talon King are back, with one of the worst sound engineers in the podcast industry, Jimmy "Army" Buckles. Is the result a listenable podcast? We don't know, but if you make it to the end, you can hear Talon's mum play a jaunty tune on her squeeze box.


Dec 26, 2020

Casey Hills from "The Final Podblem" podcast joins Talon and Paul for some of the weirdest documentary footage so far, wherein a single word seems to derail logical thought, and at some point the guy who does the sound editing seems to come in and take Talon's place. It's an hour and a half of content nominally about...


Nov 24, 2020

It was the best of episodes, it was the worst of episodes, as our panel of experts analyzes the footage filed under "The Case of the Shy Ballerina," referencing Billy Wilder, the myth of British sex, Victorian hat use, the Watsonic poetry style, and then completely fall out of character by the end. Better luck next...