In this article, you will walk with me the territory of Terror in Literature. There has been a lot of classics those have been giving us nightmare throughout our entire life. Here is my list to keep your terror up to date in this Halloween.
The top well known and time-honored mystery stores of all time come from Greece, France, America, England/UK, and China. The oldest dates back to 600 or 700 BC or earlier. They all are read and viewed on film or in stage productions around the world.
The man who wrote many brilliant mysteries that were set mostly in the English country side, Scottish Castles and London Museums - whose most famous creations were an English Lexicographer, a knighted Foreign Office gent and a Paris Police Prefect -- was actually born in Pennsylvania, USA.
In a Dark, Dark Wood is a large house with glass walls, host to a hen party that ends with Leonora Shaw in a hospital room, trying to remember the last violent night with an old friend and crazy MOH.
Controversy has surrounded the existence of the Gold Bug in Poe's story. Some literary gurus have felt it was fantasy and no such bug lived. However, evidence exists to show that not only is there a Gold Bug, but it was found in nature in the area where Poe write his famous short story.
How about reconstructing Route 66? It would likely take a lot of time and create a lot of jobs. Although most of Route 66 is closed to traffic, much of it is reopening and its stories are fascinating.
The Holmes brothers, Sherlock & Mycroft, and Dr. Watson solve an actual, historical double murder and some political intrigue at the Queen's Royal Residence at Holyroodhouse.
Hired to end a blackmailing scheme, Marlowe is drawn into a world of pornographers, gamblers, and killers-for-hire in Depression Era Los Angeles.
When comparing the Sherlock Holmes book and the Sherlock Holmes movie, there are quite a lot of differences and yet many similarities. Every version of Sherlock Holmes is amazing.
I felt a need to write this article after watching the premiere of the less than stellar Elementary series on CBS. Some… liberties… were taken. And while this hub could quite easily become a severe critique of the series, I will limit this to the actual elements of what makes Sherlock Holmes,...