I formed the Chester Baskerville Society in 1988 (scion of the BSI) and began publishing The Devonshire Chronicle that same year. We received permission from KFS to use Popeye Holmes as our mascot (Chester is the birthplace of Elsie Segar, creator of Popeye the Sailorman). In 1989 I started a scion society for our scions…the children of the Chester Baskerville Society called Cartwright’s Companions. That same year I created the first Sherlockian publication for kids of all ages, Holmes For The Holidays. In 1990 I started a professional scion society, Stimson & Co., for funeral directors and those interested in the Victorian obsession with death. My first invitation to the Annual BSI dinner came in 1990. After being invested in 1992 as Stimson & Co., I delivered the Stand Upon The Terrace ( a reading of the obituaries of those who had passed in the previous year) at several annual Baker Street Irregular meetings. It was an honor, but not a pleasure. In October 1991 my family met and became close friends with Jeremy Brett, who continued to call us from his home in England and up until the time of his death. Peter Cushing designed an alternate logo for our Chester Baskerville Society shortly before he passed. I have been published in numerous journals, including the Baker Street Journal, Canadian Holmes, and other foreign publications. In 2009 we erected a life size granite statue of Castor Oyl the detective, featuring Inverness cape, deerstalker, and holding a magnifying glass. My first book, Sherlock Holmes and the Cryptic Clues, was released in late 2016. More information about it and my societies can be found at http://www.baskervilleproductions.com .