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Richard Lancelyn Green, known to his brilliant colleagues and invested readers as a dedicated historian and unrelenting writer, was passionate, driven, and a universally heralded expert of Arthur Conan Doyle and the worldwide phenomenon of Sherlock Holmes. His deep rooted connection with British literature and biographical media, as well as his inclination to sacrifice personal riches for professional growth, was cut short by an unexplainable, unsolved death in the early hours of March 27th, 2004, leaving all who knew him across London, England and the Sherlock fandom at large grasping for answers in a sea of evidence that drowned us all in doubt…
As a hope to provide more substantial reasoning built upon observable evidence and situational analysis, this is an examination of the death of Richard Green, and the mysterious circumstances left at his Kensington, West London version of 221b Baker Street...
This is Cold Case Detective.
Episode narrated by William Earl
Researched and written by TJ Ruesch
Music by CO.AG
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