What were the circumstances of Sir Charles Baskervilles death?
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Furthermore, where did Sir Charles Baskerville die?
He had a weak heart and it is thought that he died of a heart attack. He lived a simple life at Baskerville Hall with only two servants, a married couple named Barrymore, The night of his death, Sir Charles was walking as usual down the famous Yew Alley outside the hall. The next day he planned to go to London.
Beside above, what evidence is found near the body of Sir Charles? He also tells Holmes two things he has discovered near Sir Charles's body: footprints of a huge hound and a cigar that has burned down. Besides, he mentions the change in Sir Charles's footprints discovered by Barrymore.
Likewise, who was Charles Baskerville's next of kin?
Sir Henry Baskerville
Who is the killer in The Hound of the Baskervilles?
Holmes deduces that the killer is Jack Stapleton, a neighbour who is actually Rodger Baskerville. Hoping to inherit the family estate, he has plotted to kill his relatives using a vicious hound that he has painted with phosphorous to appear sinister.