Episode 332. Barnaby Druthers and the Ghost of William Terriss

Barnaby Druthers and the Ghost of William Terriss. A return to the classic case files of Barnaby Druthers in the Victorian era in London. A fictionalized account based on true events, the listener is invited into the Viscountess’ parlor to hear a story that requires Barnaby and Irene to investigate elements of the world of the supernatural. 

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written, created and produced by J. Timothy Quirk

Directed by AJ Lin

Starring Devon Richtmeyer and Humphry Rolleston

with

David Macharelli

Kurt Boucher

Olivia Wadsworth

Jason Kulas

Jandi Hanna

Jeff Savage

Jack Sheedy

and featuring Lana Peck as the Viscountess

Music by Bob Eccleston

Episode 3.18 Barnaby Druthers: Contralto

We return to the world of Barnaby Druthers, the Victorian era London detective series with the aforementioned Druthers and the incomparable Irene Adler. During the window in time when the world believed Sherlock Holmes had perished in Reichenbach Falls, society searched for another beacon of hope against the darkness of the criminal element and Barnaby appointed himself to the task. Fortunately for all concerned, Irene Adler joined him in the quest for justice and the truth in all things, except for truth in her mysterious past.

In today’s adventure, a significant part of Irene Adler’s past takes center stage. Prior to her adventures with Druthers, Adler enjoyed a successful career in the Opera world and now a missing persons case takes on high personal stakes as she searches for someone she once held dear.

We present Barnaby Druthers; CONTRALTO

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Barnaby Druthers: Contralto

Was written created and produced by J. Timothy Quirk

The program was recorded with production by Crystal Audio Entertainment

Barnaby Druthers starred Devon Richtmeyer as Irene Adler

And Humphry Rolleston as Barnaby Druthers

Featuring

Jeff Savage, Kayla Soule, Kristin Moresi, Rich Cyr, Kurt Boucher, Jerry Crystal and Jason Kulas.

Featuring music from Faust performed by Christiane Morel Olson

Original Music created and performed by Bob Eccelston

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