Sherlock Holmes agrees to investigate suspected murders in a village whose ancestors had killed a prominent family a century ago that they thought were vampires. These deaths appear to be linked to a descendant of that family, a man who seems to have something malevolently supernatural about him, much like a vampire itself.
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Did You Know?
This adaptation of the short story "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," isn't looked upon very favourably by the fans of this Sherlock Holmes TV series. The episode has been heavily criticised for failing to follow even the rudiments of the original story. See more
There was no Sherlock Holmes story called 'the last vampire' there was one called the 'Sussex vampire' which this story is loosely based, See more
[after scaring Watson in vampire fashion
Sorry to have alarmed you, Watson, but your reaction was instructive. So you believe in their existence?
No, of course I don't.
Your attitude suggests the contrary.
Ring a Ring o' Roses
or "Ring Around the Rosie" (uncredited)
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