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Funny story: Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the American President

Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the American President

As Sherlock Holmes walked into Mrs. McCavalry's All-Day Breakfast Rooms, he spotted his colleague Dr. Watson at the back of that cafe ordering his third plate of bacon and eggs. 'Ah, there you are', the sleuth said to that doctor, and indeed he was, 'I thought I'd find you here.' 'Have a slice of toast, Holmes, deuced delicious stuff, this.' 'No thank you, Watson, I'm on a diet.' 'What! You...

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Funny story: 'Sherlock Holmes and the Curse of Halloween'

'Sherlock Holmes and the Curse of Halloween'

'Has this story started yet?', Sherlock Holmes asked his colleague Dr. Watson, 'and if so what's for breakfast?' 'Yes, Holmes it has, but this morning we're having sauteed kippers in a hollandaise sauce with just that frisson of lime zest that makes all the difference.' 'Just peanut butter and toast for me and a pint of strong tea', Holmes said, and picked up The Daily Maily to read. 'Why, it's...

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Funny story: Sherlock Holmes and the Feeble Imposter

Sherlock Holmes and the Feeble Imposter

As Dr. Watson sat at the breakfast table eating toast and eggs he was feeling quite contented, as it had been months since Sherlock Holmes had retired for a second time and the peace in the house had been most pleasant. Apart from occasional evenings when that famous detective murdered some Vivaldi for hours on end on his out-of-tune violin, of course, but nothing was perfect in this world. At...

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Funny story: A new Sherlock Ohms Mystery Discovered

A new Sherlock Ohms Mystery Discovered

London UK: While doing some research on the famous author Sir Arthur Colyn Doyle, creator of Sherlock Ohms, a researcher found a hidden unpublished manuscript. The unearthed story begins with Mrs. Butterworth the housekeeper, who filters all of t...

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Funny story: 'The Case of the Murdered Singer'

'The Case of the Murdered Singer'

Famous detective Sherlock Holmes was reluctantly called out of retirement today, to take on his most baffling case yet, the Case of the Murdered Singer. 'Dashed mysterious, Holmes, this business about the singer. I can't make head nor tail of it.' 'Watson, you are a moron, first we must investigate, then eliminate, then deduce, and all will become clear. Let us take a hot air balloon to the sce...

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Funny story: Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Link

Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Link

As the door bell rang at 223c Baker Street, 'Get that, will you, Watson?' came from Sherlock Holmes, and 'Answer the door, please, Mrs Doil', that doctor said, and soon she was ushering scientist and traveller Charles Darwin into the room. 'Mr Charles Darwin', she announced, and then went away to carry on scrubbing the floors, while Holmes and Watson invited the visitor to take a seat. 'Now, si...

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Funny story: Professor Moriarty and the Cabinet Murders [continued]

Professor Moriarty and the Cabinet Murders [continued]

As Sherlock Holmes came to in the Musician's' Ward in St. Paddington's hospital, in Darkest Belgravia, he was for a second puzzled about his whereabouts. 'Watson', he said to that doctor, who was examining the chest of a female nurse in the corner of the room, 'stop what you're doing, we need to get back to finding Moriarty.' 'But Holmes', Dr Watson said, as the girl put her blouse back on, 'su...

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Funny story: 'Professor Moriarty and the Cabinet Murders'

'Professor Moriarty and the Cabinet Murders'

Somewhere in West London, or possible East-by-West-by-East-by-South-West London, detective Sherlock Holmes was reading his new copy of 'PlaySleuthBabes', and eating a slice of housekeeper Mrs. van Helsing's barley and rhubarb leaf cake, when the door opened and his colleague Dr Watson entered the room. 'Ah Watson,' Watson wrongly said to himself, 'have you seen this?', and he passed himself tha...

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Funny story: 'Sherlock Holmes and the Missing President'

'Sherlock Holmes and the Missing President'

'Morning, Holmes', said Dr Watson, looking up from his copy of the Washington Ghost, and 'Evening, Watson', that detective replied, picking up The Times, and glancing through the headlines in it. 'Another case has landed on our doorstep, Watson.' 'Misdelivered by our Polish dyslexic postie again, was it?' 'No, Watson, take a look at this', and the sleuth passed the doctor his copy of The Times.

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Funny story: 'A Study Of A Harlot'

'A Study Of A Harlot'

'Very mysterious thing happened to me on the way home today', Dr Watson said to Sherlock Holmes, lighting his pipe with a flame-thrower, 'I saw that harlot at the end of the street again today.' 'Really?' 'Yes, but the odd thing was that she wasn't begging for money, or - ahem - anything else, but wanted to give me her money! What can it mean, Holmes?' 'I think I know of the tiny, little, rag-h...

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Funny story: 'Sherlock Holmes and the Sherlock Holmes Parodies'

'Sherlock Holmes and the Sherlock Holmes Parodies'

As darkness fell upon London, amateur detective Sherlock Holmes wandered into the living room for his habitual afternoon cup of tea and heron. 'Morning, Holmes', Dr Watson said to him, 'that blasted heron's still sitting on the roof! Shouldn't we go and shoot it, or something?' 'Never mind a blatant and continual drug problem, Witsun', the sleuth replied, his reddened eyes wincing as he put his...

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Funny story: 'A Study In Violin-Playing'

'A Study In Violin-Playing'

As Sherlock Holmes paced the floors of his house in Baker Street, he could see no light at the end of the tunnel in his latest case. Some wretched thief had stolen in in the night, and stolen his beloved Slazengari violin, and he was muttering angrily to himself about the theft, when his colleague Dr. Watson entered the room. 'Morning, Holmes', the doctor said, 'any news about your fiddle?' 'Th...

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Funny story: 'Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Letter R'

'Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Letter R'

Sherlock Holmes ate another slice of toast, while Dr. Watson read The Times out loud to him. ''In the early hours of this morning, a window at 10 Downing Street was seen to open, and a hand quickly threw the letter R out into the street, before slamming the window shut again'', the doctor read. ''Police seem to be baffled.' Very strange, Holmes, don't you think?' 'Undoubtedly, Watson. Get my...

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Funny story: 'Sherlock Holmes and the Flying Pigs of Westminster'

'Sherlock Holmes and the Flying Pigs of Westminster'

As a thick fog descended on Baker Street in central London, Sherlock Holmes was having tea with his friend and colleague, Dr. Watson, and discussing the sleuth's latest case. 'Dashed disturbing, Holmes', the doctor said, 'I just can't think of how all those Parliamentary expense forms were never checked, or how they were used to steal millions of pounds over many years. We may have to call in t...

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Funny story: Robert Downey Jr. As Naked Sherlock Holmes' Alter Ego, Mr. Hyde

Robert Downey Jr. As Naked Sherlock Holmes' Alter Ego, Mr. Hyde

Leave it to Robert Downey Jr. to screw up and turn Sherlock Holmes into a wisecracking action hero who ends up handcuffed naked to a bed with Dr. Watson lighting farts and cackling. Downey offered a sneaky peak Tuesday of "Sherlock Holmes," his ne...

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Funny story: Sherlock Holmes and Watson Descend upon Liverpool in the case of the Seven Burglared Footballers

Sherlock Holmes and Watson Descend upon Liverpool in the case of the Seven Burglared Footballers

While the Liverpudlian footballers are away, apparently the cat burglars are at play. Seven of the team's stars have had their homes robbed while they are on the traveling football circuit of away games. Scotland Yard told TheSpoof.com that rea...

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Funny story: Sherlock Holmes - Real life father of Eamonn

Sherlock Holmes - Real life father of Eamonn

In the last ever romantic thriller written by Barbara Cartland, it is sensationally revealed that fictional detective Sherlock Holmes is in actual fact the real life Father of cuddly TV host, Eamonn Holmes.

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