A new Sherlock Ohms Mystery Discovered

Funny story written by Philbert of Macadamia

Sunday, 6 September 2009

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"Watt-son tell the cabbie to hurry!"

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doing some research on the famous author Sir Arthur Colyn Doyle, creator of Sherlock Ohms, a researcher found a hidden unpublished manuscript.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 the great detective's mail, letting Chief Inspector Faraday into the 221 B Henry Street flat. Mr. Ohms and Dr. Watt-son were having a quiet cup of tea with some Pi.

The good inspector related that the Crown Joules had been stolen from the Tower of London. The perpetrator of this dastardly deed is still at large, but clues left at the scene of the crime and an educated Gauss, indicate it was your nemesis Maxwell.

Constable Tesla was dispatched to enter Maxwell's city house where he found a Mr. Weber, Maxwell's brother, in a state of flux with a Ms. Curie. Apparently, Maxwell had just absconded across the Thames in a Mr. Ampere's boat during a very strong current. Mr. Ohms said "come Dr. Watt-son, no hysteresis, we can hire a Hertz cab and cross the Thames via the Wheatstone bridge and catch them in Westminster."

The researcher concluded that Sir Arthur Colyn Doyle must have secretly gotten an Electrical Engineering degree while he was in medical school.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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