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Off-screen cases refers to cases that Sherlock Holmes takes that are referred to at some point but are not described, or in the case of an adaptation, shown on screen.
Vatican Cameos Edit
This is briefly mentioned during The Hound of the Baskervilles, in which Sherlock Holmes says, "I was exceedingly preoccupied by that little affair of the Vatican cameos, and in my anxiety to oblige the Pope I lost touch with several interesting English cases".
The Giant Rat of Sumatra Edit
This is mentioned by Holmes in "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire". He said; "Matilda Briggs was not the name of a young woman, Watson, ... It was a ship which is associated with the giant rat of Sumatra, a story for which the world is not yet prepared".
These are a collection of cases that are either referenced in episodes or in the character blogs.
The Green Ladder Edit
Blog Entry: The Green Ladder
The Green Ladder is a case that Sherlock mentions just before being introduced to John Watson. When Sherlock first meets John in the lab at Barts he borrows John's phone and texts an unknown person, probably DI Greg Lestrade, that he should arrest the brother if he has a green ladder. (A reference to an outline for a Sherlock Holmes story found among Conan Doyle's papers.)
The Aluminium Crutch Edit
Blog Entry: The Aluminium Crutch
Diamonds are forever Edit
Blog Entry: Diamonds are forever
Cases in "A Scandal in Belgravia" Edit
Dead pig Edit
At the start of "The Hounds of Baskerville" Sherlock arrives back at 221B Baker Street covered in blood carrying a harpoon in his hands. His appearance is due to a case which he managed to solve by shooting a dead pig with his harpoon. Sherlock says that he had to catch the tube back to the flat because the cabs would not let him in. (Possibly a reference to the murder of Peter Carey in the original books.)
Unknown cases Edit
This section is a list of cases which we, the viewers, know nothing about. All that we know about the cases in this section are their names as they appear on Sherlock's site.
- The Confusion of Isadora Persano
- The Abernetty Family
- The Crooked House
- The Man With Four Legs
- The Killer Cats of Greenwich
- The Kirkcudbright Killer
- The Ghost of St Bartholomew's
- The Purple Woman
- The Laughing Pilot
- The Missing Jars
- The Invisible Porter
- The Subdivided Crooner
- The Pale Man
- The Iron Football
- The Major's Cat
- Analysis of Perfumes
- Analysis of Tobacco Ash (Removed by Sherlock Holmes)
- ↑ Moffat, Steven (writer) & McGuigan, Paul (director). (25 July, 2010). "A Study in Pink". Sherlock (2010). Series 1. Episode 1. BBC One.
- ↑ Moffat, Steven (writer) & McGuigan, Paul (director). (1 January, 2012). "A Scandal in Belgravia". Sherlock (2010). Series 2. Episode 1. BBC One.
- ↑ Template:Cite Sherlocik2010