Sherlock Holmes: The Message

Sherlock and John had just made it home to Baker Street, when a square sheet of parchment hanging from the door-knocker caught the detectives eye.

Upon closer inspection, Sherlock made out the words Blue, Red, Blue, Red, Blue, Red, Blue. Chair. Sofa. Skull Cabinet. Floor. Clock. Brother. Ceiling. Microscope. Hide and Seek

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Sherlock suddenly raced into the flat, and a half hour later John saw he was holding a device in his hand and arguing with Mycroft on the phone.

What did the message mean? What was Sherlock carrying? And why was he arguing with his brother?

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