To celebrate the 80th anniversary (in the US) of the Poirot mystery "Death in the Clouds" this month, this article briefly touches on the exploits and cases of Poirot outside of England. Some location information of the filming of the television series Agatha Christie's Poirot is included, with images. So, grab your passport to begin your journey with the Belgian detective and take a look at a few of Poirot's travels.
To celebrate Valentine's Day, a new article is added. Read about the Countess Vera Rossakoff, the one woman that Hercule Poirot holds an admiration and affection for. We take a look at her three appearances in literature and a brief review of her appearance on the television series Agatha Christie's Poirot with David Suchet.
New to HPC. Test your knowledge of the world of Agatha Christie with these quizzes. The quizzes included here vary in topic and difficulty.
New to HPC, a Victim Verse is a poem told in a first person point of view. The victim is one of many in Agatha Christie's books; the victim relates his or her death and story. First shared on Facebook, here are the original 23 poems that were published. The idea was for fans to correctly guess the victims' identity.
Hercule Poirot couldn't have solved as many cases as he did without the aid of various allies who helped along the way. These associates range from policemen to Secret Service agents, from informants to army captains. Here is a list of Poirot's associates and the stories they appeared in, accompanied by images from the television series Agatha Christie's Poirot.