(Wholock) GrimIt was a quiet day at 221b Baker Street, exceptionally so. The rythmic tapping of computer keys was indicative of the fact that John was blogging again. The slight 'tak' as he hit another letter contrasted with the light drizzle that was blown against the window by the unusually cold April wind. In the kitchen of the little flat, china mugs and plates clattered against each other as Mrs. Hudson finished the washing up that John had left. ('Just this once, dear. I'm not your housekeeper.') The only reason it had gotten so dire was because Sherlock had dragged him all the way down to Yorkshire to investigate the trivial matter of a few stolen statues. Did it really matter if a couple of crying angels had been nicked from a graveyard? Either way, Sherlock hadn't been able to shed any light on the matter and had been in a foul mood for the few days following their return.(Wholock) Grim3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
He was now busy looking into some intricate chemical anylisis that John had no hope of understanding. A microscope sat
Wholock x Reader - Part 1 (Request)Wholock x Reader - Part 1 (Request)1 year ago in Romance More Like This
Calls could come at any time while you were working. Sometimes things would be nothing more than a false alarm or an over-reacting witness but for most of the time, calls meant getting into a load of action. That's just how things were being a part of the homicide division at New Scotland Yard.
This time, the call came on your nightshift. There had been a witnessed murder down on Portland Grove and you and your partner would be the ones bringing the said witness in for questioning.
"Alright," James, your partner, groaned as he placed his coffee mug onto the desk, "Let's get this over and done with so we can all go home."
"Okay! Allons-y!" you cheered as you jogged to your police car. "Murder investigation," You said said with a sarcastic tone to your voice, "No better way to spend the night."
It wasn't raining when you arrived at the crime scene, which you were very thankful of. Plenty of police officers, paramedics, forensics and curious civilians were bustling around the crime s
SuperWho X Reader You shivered, and pulled your leather jacket in closer to you. It was a windy night, and you sped up, your house wasn't too far from here. It was creepy being alone on this street, but it also felt...free. Your door was a bright blue, side effect of you being too lazy to repaint it after the previous owners moved out. You got a really good deal on this house though. You fumbled with your keys in the dark, and when you finally found the right one you smiled in victory, shoving the key into the lock. It was blissfully warm inside your house, and you sighed, flicking on a light. You swung your jacket off and let it fall to a heap on the floor, happily bouncing off into your kitchen.SuperWho X Reader9 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Food!" You cried heroically, settling down onto your plush sofa. You clicked on the t.v, going to the news from last night. There was another murder and you groaned sadly, switching to an old doctor who episode. The news just made you sad, what kind of people would do that? They di
WhoLock"Remind me again, why are we studying the outside of a police box?" John Watson questioned, getting a tad impatient with Sherlock Holmes "enigmatic" ways; for once he would love it if he were simply told the reasons for why they were doing something before that something actually occurred.WhoLock3 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
"This isn't normal." He responded, cryptic as usual as he examined the phone with careful concentration. Before the doctor could inquire what wasn't normal the detective had already started speaking. "This box is made in the 1960s style which makes it at least, what? 42 years? However the paint is at most two years. Of course that could simply mean it is kept in good order but then there's the phone."
"Yes the phone, it isn't working- no... it's never worked. If it had simply been disconnected then there would be no abnormality... but the wires aren't in the right order so it wasn't created to work. There is also the rain, according to reports it only stopped raining roughly an hour ago