Sherlock Holmes The Adventure Of The Cardboard Box


1. Sherlock Holmes sets out to solve a mysterious case involving a cardboard box which has been sent anonymously to a woman in London. 2. With the help of his trusty sidekick Watson, Holmes unravels a complex and unexpected story behind the seemingly innocuous package. 3. This classic mystery challenges the world’s greatest detective as he attempts to solve the case of the cardboard box.

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Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Cardboard Box is an 1895 short story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Originally published in the Strand Magazine, it is one of the 56 Sherlock Holmes short stories written by the author. The story follows detective Sherlock Holmes and his assistant, Dr. Watson, as they investigate a case involving a mysterious cardboard box. The story begins with the delivery of a mysterious cardboard box to the home of Miss Susan Cushing, who lives in the London suburb of Lower Brixton. Inside the box are two severed human ears, which shock and horrify her. She immediately contacts Scotland Yard, and Inspector Lestrade, a colleague of Sherlock Holmes, is assigned to the case. Holmes and Watson quickly deduce that the box was sent by a man named John Hector McFarlane, who had recently been released from prison. Lestrade had originally arrested McFarlane for attempted murder, but he was released on a technicality. Holmes and Watson follow a trail of clues that lead them to a house in Upper Norwood, where they find McFarlane hiding in a cupboard. He confesses to the crime of sending the box, claiming that it was meant as a joke. The mystery is solved, but Holmes and Watson are left with more questions than answers. What was the motive behind the crime, and why did McFarlane send the box? After further investigation, Holmes and Watson discover that McFarlane had sent the box as a revenge plot against his former lover, Mrs. Cushing, who had broken off their engagement. Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Cardboard Box is an exciting mystery with unexpected twists and turns. It is a classic example of how Holmes utilizes logic and deduction to solve seemingly unsolvable cases. The story also serves as a reminder of the importance of seeking justice, regardless of the cost.