The Empty Chair at the Albert Hall

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

These two photos were published in The Sphere on 19 july 1930.


The Sphere (19 july 1930, p. 113)

The Empty Chair at the Albert Hall

A remarkable sight at the memorial service to the late — or the gone before — Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's vacant chair, bearing his nam on a card. One psychic friend states that she clearly saw Sir Arthur pass to his chair.

The Coffin on the Lawn at the Doyle Villa

The mortal earthly remains of Sir Arthur, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, were buried in his own garden at Crowborough.