Okay, I went ahead and did something SUPER geeky …
I was running around London in ‘Assassin’s Creed Syndicate’, when I saw a landmark marked as, “St. Bartholomew’s Hospital”, which I recognized as being the famous hospital that Sherlock jumped to his “death” from, in BBC Sherlock Season 2.
I decided to investigate the building, and try and find the exact spot that Sherlock jumped from.
AND LO AND BEHOLD, not only did I find the exact spot, YOU CAN PERFORM A LEAP OF FAITH FROM THE SAME SPOT. O___O I dunno if the game’s creators did this intentionally as a nod to the Sherlock TV series, or if it’s just a happy coincidence.
Either way, it’s confirmed – Sherlock is one of the Brotherhood! He probably has a hidden blade inside his violin or something
Guess where this hoe was today, that’s right I went to Bart’s, I found so may awesome notes written there! And none of them were Sherlolly #faithinhumanityrestored tho some of them were Sheriarty and there was a Hannilock ????????? there were lots of s4 quotes , all of them are Ew (especially those who quoted Mary’s second dvd, wtf(tho the “I know what you could become” part is p good but no-one wrote that so eh)) except, of course, it is what it is, which is just s a d ,,,, also, the building opposite to Bart’s isn’t the one we see in TRF which is really weird???????? Anyways, I’ll hopefully visit more Sherlock locations in the next 9 days!
Lucien walked up the drive toward his childhood home and
his dying father. The rock that had been sitting in the pit of his stomach
seemed to grow heavier as he approached the front door. He may not have the
closest relationship with his father, but he was still his father and may well
be the last relative he had on Earth.
When his father told him he was dying, Lucien had promised
to come home, live in this house, and take over the surgery. It was
not a promise Lucien intended to keep. He had only agreed so his father would
have peace at the end of his life. Lucien was in line to become the youngest ever chief of
Surgery at St. Bartholomew’s hospital in London, and he had every intention of
filling the position as soon as his father died.
He would let the housekeeper his father was so fond of live
out the rest of her days in the house. Despite all of his faults, Lucien Blake was an extremely
loyal man. He knew the housekeeper
had taken very good care of his father, and had probably been the reason Lucien
had not had to make this journey much sooner.
Lucien stood on the doorstep and took a deep breath before
knocking on the door. He had
always pictured the housekeeper to be a bit old and rather frumpy, so he was
surprised at how quickly his knock was answered.
As the door swung open, Lucien’s jaw almost dropped to the
ground. The woman holding the door
was rather slim and absolutely beautiful.
Lucien had always been an observant man and had been trained to see
people through any disguises they may wear or facades they may create. Despite her work clothes, minimal
makeup and practical hairstyle, Lucien immediately recognized that this woman was
As he felt something stir deep inside his body - something
that had been dormant for years – he had to remind himself that, as far as he
knew, he was still a married man. Still, there was just something about this
He was vaguely aware that she had asked if she could help
him. He took off his hat and
finally looked into her eyes to introduce himself. God, look at those
For whatever reason, the housekeeper looked every bit as
flustered as he felt. He supposed it was because he arrived earlier than
expected, and the small noise he heard coming from her throat must be one of
surprise. As he walked past her
and down the hall, Lucien thought he might stay in Ballarat a little longer
than he had originally planned.
I apologize if Chief of Surgery is not the correct title. I tried to find the position on the hospital’s website, but had no luck.
full name: John Hamish Watson other names:
Johnny, Johnny Boy, Doctor Watson, Watson, Boswell, Bachelor John Watson, Confirmed Bachelor John Watson title: Dr., MBBS ( Bachelor of Medicine ), MRCGP ( Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners ) age: 36-43 ( verse dependent ) gender: Cis male sexuality: Bisexual origin: Chelmsford, Essex current location: Marylebone district, London nationality: British ethnicity: Caucasian spoken languages: English, bit of French, some Arabic height: piss off ( 5’6 /169cm ) body type: short, average to fit eyes: blue/gray tattoos: one ( RAMC logo on his right upper arm ) piercings: none scars: left shoulder educational background: King Edward VI Grammar School (Chelmsford),
King’s College (London),
Broomfield Hospital (Chelmsford), University College Hospital (London), St. Bartholomew’s Hospital (London)
social media: Facebook (but uses it rarely), his blog smoking: no drinking: has been known to enjoy the occasional tumbler of whisky pint drugs: no athletics: jogging, boxing hobbies: writing, going to the local virgin: no favorite drink: english breakfast, whisky favorite food: sausage and mash favorite music: classic rock clothing style: old school, pragmatic, good quality/well-made underwear type: boxers and boxer-briefs
So today I was in London and stopped by St Barts because the girlfriend hadn’t visited it yet
It was nice to see the phonebox is still full of messages, notes, artwork and all kinds of things from sherlockians worldwide-in fact it filled me with pride to see it’s still going after I was among the very first people to leave something there (it was a sticky label with ‘we believe in sherlock holmes’ on it, no longer there sadly.
However it upset me to see people have started actually writing on the wall of St Barts again, so this is a polite message to remind people to not do this. This is the reason the phonebox notes started because they can easily be removed without damaging the building or surrounding area, we wanted to leave a message too but do it respectfully. Actually writing on the building is vandalism and is ruining an iconic building and more importantly it’ll give fans a bad reputation. The messages in the phonebox are sweet, but if you’re going to make the effort to bring a pen, bring paper and some blue tack-don’t write on the box itself or the building. It’s more of a pain for people to clean off. Honestly it’s really upset me that members of this fandom think writing on a building as old as St Barts is an okay thing to do. Guys, I’m really disappointed.