The St. Pancras Case
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
In the Sherlock Holmes stories
- Sherlock Holmes mentioned the St. Pancras case where Merivale of [Scotland Yard]] asked his help. (SHOS, 14)
'It is a very fine demonstration,' he answered. 'In the St Pancras case you may remember that a cap was found beside the dead policeman. The accused man denies that it is his. But he is a picture-frame maker who habitually handles glue.'
'Is it one of your cases?'
'No, my friend, Merivale of the Yard, asked me to look into the case.
- Holmes & Watson