So… I guess you all have heard/read/seen the news. It’s been pretty hard to miss it - the death of Sherlock Holmes. I’m gutted but I’m doing my best to keep it together. I don’t know about you guys, but I refuse to believe it. That he was a fraud. He just can’t have been, can’t have! I saw him at a crime scene once, I had followed the sound of sirens in hope it’d be one of his cases, and there is NO WAY he was a fake. You can’t make that sort of shit up, he was too good! He was an inspiration for all of us to be more observant in our every day lives, and I won’t accept the so called truth about Sherlock that is all over the media. I know you feel like I do, and now it’s our turn to show that we haven’t lost faith in him. Sherlock might be gone, but I won’t sit silent!
This is a blog to collect the love and creations of Sherlock fans participating in #BelieveInSherlock. Please feel welcome to submit!
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I’m doing a give away! Block printed patches!
Wrote this in the art toilets at college this morning, an hour later I come back and someone had written the Molly thing underneath. Whoever it was, ILoveYou.
Found this and another poster at a bus/tram connection in Gothenburgh!
Submitted by foxtr.
Found this at a wall in the girl’s restroom at Molotow Club in Hamburg, Germany! I’dlove to know who’s responsible for this since I hardly know any Sherlockians around here! :)
Taken in the OTHER London… London, Ontario.
(University of Western Ontario, two separate bathrooms)
Submitted by lotus-eater.
Okay, Sherlockians at the ULL Campus in Tenerife, whoever you are, come forward! I put this one up on Wednesday and I passed it by today thinking no one have touched it and there are TWO “I believe” missing! I didn’t think anyone would get what this was about!! I’m excited! Please say hi! My Tumblr is linked through in the image.
Submitted by illbethereforu-asks
We, the concerned students of UC Riverside, would like to make a vocal statement of support of the brilliant British detective Sherlock Holmes. There are questions that need to be asked, and it’s time to have our voices heard.
Other concerned UCR students, please make contact