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What was the one thing In Robert Ferguson's letter to Holmes which was not true? What evidence do we have of this later in the text?

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In his letter to Sherlock Holmes in "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," Robert Ferguson claims that he is writing on behalf of someone else. Watson is taken in by Ferguson's subterfuge, but Holmes guesses straight away that the case is related to Ferguson himself. Evidently, Ferguson feels somewhat...

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