19). However, in the inception plans where Sir Charles intends to move to Baskerville estate, he receives a letter sent by an anonymous person warning him about making such a move. Sir Charles then opts to seek for Holmes services to investigate the mystery surrounding Baskerville. It is equally important to note that when Conan Doyle wrote The Hound of the Baskervilles, it was at the helm of Victorian era. The suspense is not only created by the mystery surrounding the Baskervilles, but also the choice of the Victorian England throughout the setting as it enhanced the tension creation. The Victorian era is renowned for its frightening and shady occurrences with generations of the time seeing it as an eerie time. The town streets comprised of flickering gas lamps that provided poor lighting on the streets thus ensuring casing of scary shadows. Consequently, the police force was weak with all sorts of crime, prostitution, murders, as well as drug abuse, becoming major attributes on a daily basis. The inclusion of the factories within the setting ensure the streets remain dark, dreary as well as smoky and while adding up the fog in the streets, the setting ensure continuation of suspense whenever a reader finds something suspicious in the story. Therefore, the Story ensures creation of suspense from the first to the last chapter through a combination of a haunting ghost story, a strange legend as well as a gothic atmosphere in the scenarios of the novel. The gripping murder mystery that involves all the characters within the novella also enhances in creating and sustaining suspense.
Everyone is made to believe that a ghostly killer dog that keeps on haunting the Baskerville family is responsible for Sir Charles death. When Sir Henry comes back to England with an intention of relocating to his uncle’s estate, he finds weird things from