Season 3. Episode 301: The Lord of the Apes.
John Clayton, Viscount Greystoke, better known as Tarzan of the Apes, raised in the African jungle by the Mangani great apes is greatly feared and admired throughout the world in the late 19th century. As a young adult, Tarzan meets a young American woman, Jane Porter. When Jane returns to the United States, Tarzan leaves the jungle in search of her, his one true love. After many adventures Tarzan and Jane marry and move back and forth between England and Africa. Tarzan becomes contemptuous of what he sees as the hypocrisy of civilization, and he and Jane return to Africa, making their home on an extensive estate that becomes a base for Tarzan's adventures.
Season 3. Episode 302: Going for the Gold in Opar!
One complication that puzzled Tarzan . . . a snake of a variety he had never seen before. And when the snake was killed by his beloved Jane, it simply disappeared.
Since the discovery of the uncharted island name Astragard by the French dirigible Hyperion, the lost Viking civilization that has been cut off from the rest of the world for centuries is now making an impact at the end of the 19th Century.
Erik Niallson is one of the most imposing and ferocious of Viking leaders - he towers over ordinary men and has an intimidating stare that many in Astragard will swear are the "Eyes of Odin." His constant companion is his wolf Fenrir who is officially classified as a War Poodle. He believes he is destined to fight Surtr, the bringer of Ragnarök. Could this be the Witch King of Sokar?
Season 3. Episode 306: Inspector Stanley Hopkins.
Inspector Stanley Hopkins is a Scotland Yard detective and a student of Holmes's deductive methods, who attempts to apply them in his own investigations. A promising detective, in whose career Holmes had several times shown a very practical interest. He is the youngest inspector in the Yard and often is assigned what appear to be mundane and investigations that may be the figment of other's imagination.
Nothing could be further from the truth. Though inexperienced as an inspector, his mentoring by Sherlock Holmes and his unmatched bravery for Queen and Country have made him a rising star; however, others would like to see him fail. After the killing of the saw call the Mummy of North Piddle (The files disappeared) he has recently be reassigned on "extended" service in the small parish of North Piddle in the Wychavon district of Worcestershire, England.
Season 3. Episode 307: Allan Quatermain.
Physically, he is small, wiry, and unattractive, with a beard and short hair that sticks up. His one skill is his marksmanship, where he has no equal. Quatermain is aware that as a professional hunter, he has helped to destroy his beloved wild free places of Africa.
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