82. Special: The Murders In The Rue Morgue – Part 1 of 2

Move over Sherlock, pipe down Poirot, check yourself Miss Marple – there’s a new detective in town and he’s the real og.

This week we meet the incredible deductive mind of August Dupin – a sexy, forceful and profoundly arogant amateur detective cleaning up the streets of Paris with nothing more than his wit, his assistant and his incredible telepathic abilities.

Written by Edgar Allan Poe in 1841 it is widely considered to be the first ever detective story.