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Sherlock holmes and the speckl

Sherlock Holmes

The Speckled Band

This story is about a women that askes for

Shelocks Holmes help because she belives that she is going to die like her sister that died two years before. She belives that her sister was either frightened to death or killed by gipsies. Because when this women Helen found her sister the last words the she sad were: ??Helen! Oh my God, Helen! It was the band! The speckled band!?. All this happend just before Helens sister was supose to get marryed. And there mother was also a rich women but she died long before all this happend and there stepfather got '750 a year from his dead wife found. But if the sisters would marry he would have to pay them '250 each a year so if the girls would marry he wouldn't get all the money!

But now Helen had ...

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