How Sherlock Changed the WorldHD
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Sherlock Holmes is, without doubt, the most famous fictional detective in the world and interest in the legendary detective has never been higher. But what was the inspiration behind the character, and why was he so popular? Sir Arthur Conan Doyle modelled Holmes’ lightning powers of deduction and observation on a real surgeon, and added his own knowledge of fledgling forensic techniques to create his fictional detective. In an era when eyewitness reports and ‘smoking gun’ evidence were needed to convict criminals, and police incompetence meant that Jack the Ripper stalked the streets freely, Sherlock Holmes’ crime-scene methods were revolutionary. Forensic scientists, crime historians and Sherlockian experts reveal for the first time the astonishing impact the fictional detective had on the development of real-life criminal investigation and forensic techniques.
|1||HDVideoEpisode 1||How Sherlock Changed the World reveals the impact Sherlock Holmes has had on the development of real criminal investigation and forensic techniques. From blood to ballistics, from fingerprints to footprints, Holmes was 120 years ahead of his time.||53:42||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|2||HDVideoEpisode 2||His impact on real-life criminal and forensic investigation. Sherlock Holmes, the most famous fictional detective in the world, was also the first Crime Scene Investigator||53:12||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|