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  • Eh Tar
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  • Eh Tar, aka Professor Rathe, is the true primary antagonist in the 1985 film Young Sherlock Holmes. He is a fencing coach and senior member of the board at the Brompton boarding school in London, serving as the mentor and friend-turned-enemy of the young Sherlock Holmes. He is also the leader of the Rame Tep, an ancient Egyptian society worshiping Osiris, the Egyptian God of the Dead, renowned for their deviance from traditional beliefs and performance of violent and sadistic rituals. He is portrayed by Anthony Higgins.
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  • Eh Tar, aka Professor Rathe, is the true primary antagonist in the 1985 film Young Sherlock Holmes. He is a fencing coach and senior member of the board at the Brompton boarding school in London, serving as the mentor and friend-turned-enemy of the young Sherlock Holmes. He is also the leader of the Rame Tep, an ancient Egyptian society worshiping Osiris, the Egyptian God of the Dead, renowned for their deviance from traditional beliefs and performance of violent and sadistic rituals. He was behind a series of kidnappings and murders of six men and five women. The women were sacrificed to the god of the dead; they were mummified alive and boiling oil poured over them. Rathe was himself the high priest, wearing the mask resembling the god Anubis. He has a ring that is highly reflective, and is designed to hypnotize those who are forced to stare at it for a time. He is portrayed by Anthony Higgins.