Baskervilles hound

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The young Sir Henry Baskerville comes from Canada to settle in the estate he has just inherited – Baskerville Hall on the Dartmoor moors in southwest England. According to legend, the Baskerville family is haunted by a demonic dog, which first killed Sir Hugo Baskerville hundreds of years ago. Sherlock Holmes dismisses the legend as a fairy tale, but becomes interested in the case when it is discovered that at the corpse of the recently deceased Sir Charles Baskerville were found the footprints of a giant dog. Holmes sends Dr. Watson to the bleak Dartmoor moor and dark Baskerville Hall, to watch over Sir Henry and make inquiries about the moor’s inhabitants and the dog.
The Hound of the Baskervilles is a detective novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, starring Sherlock Holmes. The novel originally ran as a serial in The Strand Magazine in Great Britain from 1901 to 1902.

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