Sherlock Holmes is out of Baker Street and on to your Halloween Pumpkin. Mystery fans will love this classic pose of Sherlock Holmes with his pipe to carve out on their pumpkins this Halloween.
Sherlock Holmes is a character created in 1887 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Born in 1854 and grandnephew of the painter Horace Vernet, he lived in London at 221b Baker Street and on top of his residence was his office consulting detective. He began his first investigations in 1978 and met Dr. John Watson in 1881, a faithful friend of the detective and probably the only person who entered the privacy of Holmes.
Sherlock was a man who solved mysteries in brilliant ways. He enjoyed smoking his pipe and was also a great sportsman and an avid violin player. Bring him alive this Halloween and place the carved pumpkin on your window to let him watch over your street for a change!
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