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Copy of The Hound of the Baskervilles
Transcript of Copy of The Hound of the Baskervilles
Sir Henry's Clothes
Footprint they found on the moor'
Paw prints by the crime scene
Note telling Sir Henry to stay away from the moor
Barrymore looking like the guy in the cab
The crying woman
Picture of Hugo Baskerville
Barrymore signaling the convict with the candle
The Hound of the Baskervilles
The setting starts off in 221b Baker St. After the small mystery of the stick the rest of the book takes place in Devonshire at the Bakerville Hall. Devonshire also included a moorland and the Merripit House which is were the Stapleton lives.
Sir Henry Baskerville-Victim
Sir Charles Baskerville-Victim
The first red herring that threw off the audience was the escaped convict which we found out he really didn't have anything to do with the crime. Then the next red herring was the Barrymore's. Watson brings up that he thinks the guy in the cab was Mr. Barrymore. The Mr. Barrymore lied about the tracks and they where also signaling the convict at night which he lied about.
Stapleton's motive was to gain Sir Charles's inheritance. Laura's alibi about the not being at the gate was because Stapleton told her not to. Stapleton saying that Beryl was his sister instead of wife.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Mortimer read the manuscript then began to tell the story of Hugo Baskerville. It was told that the Baskerville's had a black hound haunting them.
Then Sir Charles Baskerville died which started fear amongst the town.
Sir Henry arrives at London startled by a note he received warning him. It stated "As you value your life, or your reason, keep away from the moor."(?)
Sir Henry also pointed out that when he was getting his shoe shined someone stole his boot.
Holmes tells Sir Henry about the curse on the Baskerville.
Holmes catches a suspicious person hop into a cab and Watson notices his black beard.
Holmes & Watson walk into an enraged Sir Henry yelling about his second stolen boot.
Henry finds his first lost boot underneath a cabinet.
At the station the group is approached by guards look for Seldon(the escaped convict).
Watson hears a woman sobbing late at night.
Watson finds out that Holmes's telegram wasn't delivered to Mr. Barrymore's hands but it went to his wife. He finds out the postman did not see Mr. Barrymore home.
Watson & Stapleton hear a moan which the people of the town think is the hound of the Baskervilles.
Watson hears footsteps as he is sleeping and he sees Mr. Barrymore hold a candle and follows him noticing that Barrymore was signaling someone with it.
Watson plans a stakeout so that he can catch Barrymore in the act.
Watson follows Sir Henry as he is on his date with Miss Stapleton. As Henry bends for a kiss, Mr. Stapleton starts yelling.
Mr Stapleton apologizes and invites Sir Henry over for dinner.
Watson & Henry hear Barrymore again and follow him. Henry confronts him but Barrymore refuses to tell the truth. Barrymores wife explains what was happening. Barrymore was signaling the escaped convict which was Mrs. Barrymore's brother.
Watson notices a shadow but as he look to see who it was it was gone.
Watson wonders where the hound could be hiding everyday and who the shadow he saw on the moor belong to.
Sir Charles on the night of his death went to the gate to meet a woman name L.L. (Laura Lyons)
Watson visits Laura and asks about Sir Charles.
Laura admits to writing the letter to Charles. She admits that she missed the appointment but she doesn't say why.
Franklin has also witnessed the young boy bringing food to the mysterious man.
Watson goes to the mysterious man's house where he finds a note that says he has gone to Coombe Tracey and Watson hears footsteps and then a greeting.
Watson notices that he was being greeted by Holmes.
We find out that Laura and Stapleton have a close relationship and Beryl is Stapleton's wife not sister
As Holmes and Watson go to visit Laura they hear a scream that came from the moor. Turns out it was a man dressed in Sir Henry's clothes.
Stapleton shows up thinking the dead man was Henry but finds out it wasn't which upsets him.
The dead man was Seldon, he fallen and broken his neck.
HOLMES NOTICES A PICTURE THAT IS OF hUGO BASKERVILLE. hE NOTICES A RESEMBLANCE OF HUGO AND MR. STAPLETON
lAURA CONFESSES THAT sTAPLETON SET UP sIR CHARLES.
hOLMES AND wATSON sPY ON hENRY AND sTAPLETON.
fOG STARTS TO DARKEN THERE VISION. tHEY CAN HEAR THE HOUND BUT CAN'T SEE IT.
tHE HOUND BARELY TOUCHES hENRY'S HEEL AS IT WAS SHOT ONCE.
THEN THE HOUNDS LEAPS AT HENRY'S THROAT BUT AT THE LAST SECOND IT WAS SHOT 5 TIMES BY HOLMES.
tHEY RUSH TO THE HOUSE TO TRY TO FIND mR. sTAPLETON BUT INSTEAD FIND mRS. STAPLETON TIED UP.
THE NEXT DAY THEY GO LOOKING FOR HIM. MRS. STAPLETON SHOWS THEM THE HIDDEN HOUSE. THEY FIND HENRY'S BOOT BUT NO STAPLETON. tHEY NOTICED THE TRACK STOP AND SUPPOSES THE GRIMPEN MIRE SWALLOWED HIM UP.
hENRY GOES ON VACATION.