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Prof. James E. Moriarty

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President and Producer

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Moriarty Media
10125 Marwood Trail W. Dr.
Indianapolis, Indiana 46280
United States

Company Description: Moriarty Media is a multi-media production company specializing in customer service. We work with you to meet your expectations for your project, matching your...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Owner
    Moriarty Media
  • President and Producer, Moriarty Media
    Indy BANG!
  • Professor
    Sherlock Holmes
  • Colonel
    Sherlock Holmes

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Indy BANG!
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Image galleries | Indy BANG!
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Photographers - Mary Green & James Moriarty
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Photographers - Mary Green & James Moriarty
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Photographers - Scot McKim and James Moriarty
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Photographers - Scot McKim and James Moriarty
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Founded by James Moriarty, IndyBANG! is the nonprofit arm of Moriarty Media.
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James E. Moriarty President/Producer Moriarty Media and Founder of IndyBANG.org!
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Founded by James Moriarty, IndyBANG! is the nonprofit arm of Moriarty Media.
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Canonical Characters: Sherlock Holmes; Dr. Watson; Mycroft Holmes; Von Bork; (Mrs Watson; Barker; Professor Moriarty)
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Canonical Characters:(Professor Moriarty; Sherlock Holmes)
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Canonical Characters: Sherlock Holmes; Dr. Watson; (Charles) Thurston; Mrs Hudson; Inspector Lestrade; (Colonel James Moriarty; Susan Cushing; John Rance)
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Canonical Characters: Sherlock Holmes; Dr. Watson; Inspector Lestrade; Mycroft Holmes; (Professor Moriarty)
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Canonical Characters: Sherlock Holmes; Dr Watson; Inspector (George) Lestrade; Mrs Hudson; (Colonel James Moriarty; James Phillimore; Stanley Hopkins; Josiah Amberley)
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Holmes' arch-enemy and popularly-supposed nemesis was Professor James Moriarty ("Napoleon of Crime"), who fell, struggling with Holmes, over the Reichenbach Falls.
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Also, numerous sources claim that Moriarty was initially Holmes' mathematics tutor, as is also referenced in the work of Baring-Gould. Professor Moriarty also has a presence in The Valley of Fear.
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Among the more interesting and plausible theories: the later Holmes was in fact an impostor (perhaps even Professor Moriarty), the later stories were fictions created to fill other writers' pockets (this is often used to deal with the stories which supposedly are written by Holmes himself), and Holmes and Professor Moriarty were in fact a variation of Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
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Among the more interesting and plausible theories: the later Holmes was in fact an impostor (perhaps even Professor Moriarty), the later stories were fictions created to fill other writers' pockets (this is often used to deal with the stories which supposedly are written by Holmes himself), and Holmes and Professor Moriarty were in fact a variation of Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
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These range from Holmes as a cocaine addict, whose drug-fuelled fantasies lead him to cast an innocent Professor Moriarty as a supervillain (The Seven-Per-Cent Solution), to science-fiction plots involving him being re-animated after death to fight crime in the future (Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century).
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Real Name: Professor James Moriarty
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Known Relatives: Colonel James Moriarty (brother)
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Professor James Moriarty, the archenemy of the famous Detective Sherlock Holmes, a mathematics professor who is also the "Napoleon of Crime".
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Moriarty has been proven to be the most dangerous of all criminals that Holmes has ever encountered.
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Professor Moriarty's first appearance and his ultimate end occurred in Doyle's story "The Final Problem", in which Holmes, on the verge of delivering a fatal blow to Moriarty's criminal ring, is forced to flee to the Continent to escape Moriarty's retribution.
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The criminal mastermind follows, and the pursuit ends atop the Reichenbach Falls, during which, both Holmes and Moriarty apparently fall to their deaths while locked in mortal combat.
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During this story, Moriarty is something of a Mafia Godfather: he protects nearly all of the criminals of England in exchange for their obedience and a share in their profits. Holmes, by his own account, was originally led to Moriarty by the suggestion that many of the crimes he perceived were not the spontaneous work of random criminals, but the machinations of a vast and subtle criminal ring.
Moriarty plays a direct role in only one other of Doyle's Holmes stories: " The Valley of Fear", which was set before "The Final Problem," but published afterwards. In "The Valley of Fear", Holmes attempts to prevent Moriarty's agents from committing a murder. Moriarty does not meet Holmes in this story. In an episode where Moriarty is interviewed by a policeman, a painting by Jean-Baptiste Greuze is described as hanging on the wall; Holmes remarks on another work by the same painter to show it could not have been purchased on a professor's salary.
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Professor Moriarty is portrayed twice in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Once in the episode "Elementary, Dear Data" and again in "Ship in a Bottle".
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Moriarty was a criminal genius, very nearly as smart as Holmes himself.
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