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This screenplay is all about how Sherlock Holmes solves a great mystery the Reigate Squires, and answers all the questions given by a reporter at an interview.

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xSam108x edited dialogue in "Asks Holmes About The Story" on 10/07/2013. xSam108x made 8 other changes. more
Sherlock
So, I went outside to the scene of the crime with the Inspector and we looked at the story and all of it's small minor details. We had an interview with the two Cunninghams that were currently living there and this was their exact words: A cold, misty, night our Coachman came to check on the house because of the strange happenings. But, when the Coachman had reached the backdoor of the house, the door had been forced open by some chisel or large knife. When the Coachman entered the building an average-sized man dressed all in black jumped out at him and the two had a decent fight. The Coachman called for help, but the man had shot him square in the chest before he could say anymore. Yet, the cries of help had caught our attention and we had just arrived in time to see the dark suited man dash away towards the road on the other end lined with bushes.
xSam108x edited the scene titled "A Few Last Questions and The End!" on 10/05/2013. xSam108x made 27 other changes. more
xSam108x edited dialogue in "Questioning Time" on 10/05/2013. xSam108x made 14 other changes. more
Reporter
Just amazing Mr.Sherlock! Yer better than they say! Now here, I have a few questions to ask yeh. My first question is: When did this all happen?
xSam108x edited dialogue in "Questioning Time" on 10/05/2013. more
Sherlock
Then since I had gathered some new theories, deduced from the evidence, I thought that I should test these theories out to see if they were fact or fiction. After testing all of my theories I came up with this conclusion. Whilst testing my theory that the two Cunninghams wrote the original piece of paper in which the torn piece of paper came from, I tried to gather a sample of their writing by writing a clear document of the crime with an error at the Coachman's time of death. Then I showed this paper to the eldest Cunningham because it looked more of his writing in the torn piece of paper. When he pointed out the error that I had purposefully made, I asked him if he could rewrite it for me. Then, with this sample of writing I compared it to the one from the torn piece of paper
xSam108x edited dialogue in "Questioning Time" on 10/05/2013. xSam108x made 2 other changes. more
Sherlock
Then since I had gathered some new theories, deduced from the evidence, I thought that I should test these theories out to see if they were fact or fiction. After testing all of my theories I came up with this conclusion. Whilst testing my theory that the two Cunninghams wrote the original piece of paper in which the torn piece of paper came from, I tried to gather a sample of their writing by writing a clear document of the crime with an error at the Coachman's time of death, so I could compare the writing to the one from the torn piece of paper. Then I showed this paper to the eldest Cunningham because it looked more of his writing in the torn piece of paper. When he pointed out the error that I had purposefully made, I asked him if he could rewrite it for me.
 

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