These are the adventures of Holmes and Watson deemed too secret to be recorded. Although never written down by Dr. John T. Watson, he did compose them nonetheless; by memorizing them, each one in turn, long enough for a mental telepathy, of sorts, to occur. In the first story in this collection, a clairvoyant known as the Poughkeepsie Seer demonstrates his unique powers. An uncanny experiment inspires Watson to develop his own power of ?psychic writing? by which he can record an adventure without violating Holmes? stipulation. The ten stories resided in the realm of telepathic clairvoyance for nearly a century until they were accidentally located and rescued from oblivion by the presenter scribe, Paul Heusinger, in 2005. The actual transmission of these tales; from the ether, through the mind and into the notebook of Heusinger; was not without some gaps and glitches, which resulted in some imperfections in the original Watson style.