Murder Rooms: The Dark Beginnings of Sherlock Holmes tells the story of the relationship between the young Arthur Conan Doyle (Charles Edwards, Batman Begins) and his real-life mentor and a noted forensics scientist, Dr. Joseph Bell (Ian Richardson, From Hell), as they unite to solve the most baffling murder cases in Edinburgh in the late 1800s. The 2-disc set includes four episodes: The Patients Eyes A beautiful young woman is haunted by a masked cyclist who pursues her through the woods. To Doyles surprise, the pursuer is real. And so are the hideous murders connected to a gruesome incident in the Boer War. The Photographers Chair Doyle and Bell investigate a serial killers victims, all of whom bare unusual markings. Doyle looks to a spiritualist for answers and is cautioned about his investigation from beyond the grave. Little does he know about the murderers plans for his victims in the afterlife. The Kingdom of Bones When an ancient Egyptian mummy is unwrapped in public, a recently murdered Englishman is found, involving Doyle and Bell in a bombing conspiracy. The White Knight Strategem Two men with knowledge of a womans suicide are murdered, setting off a heated disagreement between Bell and an old police rival. At the risk of alienating Bell, Doyle sides with the policeman, but both men prove only partly correct.