From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
Historical figure and Fictional character.
Conan Doyle and Dundas
- The Shadows on the Screen (1920) : Arthur Conan Doyle took an example of the composite thought-form one which was recorded in the Wide World Magazine, which he had every reason to believe is founded on fact, though the name given, Grace Dundas, wass a pseudonym.
In Conan Doyle stories
- [SH] A Case of Identity (1891) : Sherlock Holmes was engaged in The Dundas Separation Case in clearing up some small points. (18)
- Rodney Stone (1896) : Sir Charles Tregellis said that Dundas whispered him what is going forward in the Cabinet, so that he had little need of the Times or the Morning Chronicle.