How Sherlock Faked His Death in ‘The Reichenbach Fall’ BBC one

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If you haven’t read the full collection of Arthur Conan Doyle, you might find the following piece of information extremely interesting.

In the latest BBC series ‘Sherlock’, set in modern times, our beloved detective and his companion are running around London with their mobile phones in the air, blogging about their cases on the web.

In the latest episode, according to the scenario, Sherlock dies, defeated by his lifetime enemy Moriarty. Did it really happen, and the world has lost their favourite detective? Some people believe it is not.

Fragment from the Sherlock’s Death episode.

Behold the explanation of the greatest mystery, an exhaustive theory on how Sherlock faked his death by .

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One Response to “How Sherlock Faked His Death in ‘The Reichenbach Fall’ BBC one”
  1. anon says:

    I think that because we see sherlock falling face first almost parallel towards the pavement yet the camera shows seconds later he is on his side/back face up at the sky, he just knew how to fall, landed somewhat safely, rolled on his back, one of his homeless friends or molly put real blood on him and the pavement and of course the biker was told to hit watson so he would be out of it, sherlock probably put that ball in his armpit to stop his pulse, and molly would take care of his fake autopsy right away. It is very possible to survive a fall like that as long as you do it the right way by protecting your head and trying to land on your feet which looks like what he was doing in the air. Remember in the beginning of the episode moriarty said he owed sherlock a fall? Sherlock knew what he had to do.

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