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"After an excellent voyage the Hotspur landed us at Sydney" [GLOR]

Australian Sherlockians are some of the most amazing people. We had the opportunity to put our theory to the test not once, but twice. And the most recent occasion was in April 2016 on a visit to Sydney.

There we met with some wonderful and fun Sherlockians: Bill Barnes, BSI, Roseane McNamara, BSI, Kerry Murphy, Christopher Sequeira, Doug Elliott, BSI, Robert Veld, Erin O'Neill, and Malcolm Ellis, to be specific. While we were there, we had a chance to learn about their own unique experiences and got them to tell us a few stories of life as a Sherlock Holmes fan Down Under.

In this episode, we'll take you there through music, sound effects and good old imagination. We hope you come along on this voyage with us. We promise it won't end the same way that the Gloria Scott met its fate.

As a bonus, here are some images of the Passengers:

Kerry Murphy and Doug Elliott

Bill Barnes, Erin O'Neill, Malcolm Ellis

Robert Veld

Scott Monty with Roseane McNamara

Scott Monty and Bill Barnes

Convict uniform, with markings as seen in Sidney Paget illustrations

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