The Red-Headed League was a very particularly interesting case. What was happening was that someone named Mr. Jabez Wilson, who was a pawn dealer with fiery red hair, had been introduced to a job of was company was called the Red-Headed League.
Mr. Jabez Wilson held a small pawnbroker business near the city and had an assistant to help him named Vincent Spaulding on half wages, and is very smart. Mr. Jabez Wilson keeps two people in the house, Vincent Spaulding who likes to take pictures, and Vincent Spaulding girlfriend, who acts as their cook and house cleaner.
As soon as Mr. Jabez Wilson decided to go to the Red-Headed League, Vincent volunteered to take care of the shop. Vincent and Mr. Jabez Wilson arrived there safely, but the problem was that the line was GIGANTIC. There were people with all sorts of hair with different shades of red, but there were none that had such flaming red hair as his. Mr. Jabez Wilson decided that it would be madness to wait in the line, but Vincent Spaulding took him to the front of the line.
The person who was to choose the empty space found problems with everyone, but as soon as Mr. Jabez Wilson arrived, he said that his hair was so red, that even though there were other deficient areas, he could pass. After the person's yelling that the empty space was filled, he told Mr. Jabez Wilson his work.
Mr. Jabez Wilson's work was to be very light, and he was to copy down the encyclopedia of which contained everything known in the world. But, what was bad was that if he left his office for any reason, the offer would be deleted. Mr. Jabez Wilson was astonished at his marvelous pay for this work that he could not believe it was true. But it was true.
Every day in the morning, he would go to the office, and copy down the days work. Then, after the week was done, the manager of this league would give him his pay. Everyday the manager came to see how he was working, but slowly, the manager stopped coming to see him.
Mr. Jabez Wilson was still afraid to leave the office because he did not know when the manager would come and see him. One day, in the morning, when Mr. Jabez Wilson came to continue his job, the door was locked, and there was a not on the door. it said, "The Red-Headed League is dissolved."