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John Foster proposed the idea to have a special word that clearly distinguishes people, based on the fact whether they like a Sherlock adaptation (BBC’s Sherlock, in this case) or the canon and the character of Sherlock Holmes. Mr. Foster is a devoted Sherlockian for decades, who runs a blog of great value (Sherlock Holmes of St. Charles). The team of Sherlockian-Sherlock agrees with his proposal and we would like to support him.

Please keep in mind that we respect the hard work which is behind the Sherlock series and we sincerely acknowledge the talents of the many great actors (Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Mark Gatiss) who appeared in the show. They well deserve the love and respect they get from their supporters. Our intention is by no means to hurt the feelings of those who like the modern version better.

We do hope that with this distinction there will be less misunderstandings and it will turn out shortly to which category one belongs. We would like to underline that the distinction is not a hierarchy. All fanciers of Sherlock Holmes deserve respect. The definitions help them have more information on each other’s favourites and find out whether they share their feelings or not. - You can read John Foster's post here:


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THE MOST COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT SHERLOCK HOLMES

The most common misbeliefs about Sherlock




Sherlock Holmes is the most well-known fictional character of the world. There are many misconceptions about him – we would like to deal with these.

The most common misbeliefs: - just CLICK and READ: - We give an explanation

1.     The detective is/was alive

2.     The modern Sherlock Holmes adaptations are faithful to the canon of Doyle

3.     The figure of Sherlock Holmes, the detective
        does not get damaged when he is placed into the modern age
        + BBC Sherlock as the first modern Sherlock

4.     Sherlock Holmes had Asperger's syndrome
        and he was a "high functioning sociopath"

5.     Benedict Cumberbatch is the first sexy Sherlock Holmes

6.     Sherlock Holmes was homosexual

7.     Sherlock had romantic feelings towards Irene Adler

8.     Holmes used drugs all the time

9.     The sleuth was an emotionless machine - very detailed

10.   Sherlock Holmes didn't believe in God

11.   Sherlock withheld information from the police

12.   Holmes was untidy

13.   Holmes and Watson are old

14.   Watson always describes Holmes precisely

15.   Sherlock always trusts Watson

16.   Holmes solves his cases in a short time

17.   There is no unsolved case for the great detective

18.   Moriarty is the only enemy of Holmes

19.   Misconceptions around hats and pipes

20.   Holmes was unaccustomed to literature

21.   Sherlock was a racist

22.   Holmes says "Elementary, my dear Watson"

23.   Sherlock Holmes was a handsome man

24.   Misconceptions regarding the name of Holmes

25.   Sherlock is solely a British character
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These are all misconceptions.


Misbeliefs about Sherlock Holmes

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