I am 28 years old, from Medellín, Colombia. I´m a psychologist and passionate about reading. I have been a Sherlockian since I was like 8 years old. I had a book in my home The adventures of Sherlock Holmes with drawings that immediately became my favorite book, unfortunately with the years I lost the book but not my passion for reading Sherlock Holmes. During my teenage years, my uncle and my grandfather (both very wise and intelligent men), taught me to think critically and solve problems with logic, using my brain. They always said to do not cheat in anything, so they are for me like the ideal of a true gentleman. My uncle lend me detective PC games, and Sherlock Holmes books so my passion for critical thinking, deductive skills and logic increased. Then I read all the cannon, get all pc games I could (The serrated Scalpel, The awakened, Sherlock Holmes versus Arséne Lupin, Sherlock Holmes versus Jack the Ripper, The testament of Sherlock Holmes…actually I´m waiting crimes and punishments to be released) and started to watch tv series and movies (Jeremy Brett, Basil Rathbone, Bennedict Cumberbatch, Jonny Lee Miller, Robert Downey Jr).
I started to get all books I can about Sherlock Holmes and his science and I´m continuously trying to learn about anything that catch my attention writing all in notebooks to keep my own record of data. My favourite Holmes actor in movies is Bassil Rathbone, and in tv series there is a tie between Jeremy Brett (the most accurate to the cannon) and Bennedict Cumberbatch (great adaptation). As last but not least one of my favorite characters of Sherlock Holmes is his older brother, Mycroft, who I think deserved more participation in the cannon.
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