Become one of the Baker Street Irregulars and Solve an On-Line Mystery!!

"It's the Baker Street division of the detective police force... There's more work to be got out of one of those little beggars than out of a dozen of the force."

- Sherlock Holmes, A Study in Scarlet

Solve one of these make-up experiments
for inclusion in your journal.
Work in groups if you wish. Be sure to read the rules before you begin. Your score is calculated by subtracting the number of clue points you visit from your score on the case quiz.

If you work together, each person must log in to the game and visit each clue point. Your journal entry will simply be Watson's account of your endeavors (written in his style). No Holmes entry for this one. Invite others to play along if you like!

If you have missed one of the in-class experiments, solve one of these as a replacment and write up Watson's Account ONLY in your journal. Or just solve all 3 cases for fun!

Hint:  Write up Watson's account BEFORE you click the SOLVE button.  Once you click SOLVE I will have a record that you completed the experiment,  but you will be locked out of the experiment at that time.
Map of Holmes' London

Make-up Experiment A

The Mummy's Curse

April 12, 1889

Make-up Experiment B

The Case of the Mystified Murderess

July 4, 1888

Make-up Experiment C

The Case of the Lionized Lions

August 17, 1888