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['Man in deerstalker']

Writer and enthusiast David Marcum is pictured at the doorway of “221B Baker Street” (the Sherlock Holmes Museum) and at Scotland Yard. “For two weeks in the fall of 2013, a man in a deerstalker roamed Baker Street once again,” he explains. “I have dozens of these little sly selfies, just me and the deerstalker, in front of Holmesian locations all around London, Dartmoor, Sussex, Edinburgh, and elsewhere. My deerstalker and I ate at SimpsonŐs. I went to Montague Street and into the building that Michael Harrison identified as the one where Holmes lived in the 1870's. I stood in the Criterion. It was an incredible Holmes pilgrimage.”
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