Jack the Ripper

Jack the Ripper

Product ID: 3986

Jack the Ripper was the nickname given to a killer of women, active largely in and around the impoverished Whitechapel district of London in 1888.

The name ‘Jack the Ripper’ originated in a letter written by someone claiming to be the murderer and it was widely published in the media.

The public came increasingly to believe that a single perpetrator was responsible for all the killings mainly because of the extraordinarily brutal nature of the murders and media reporting of the crimes at the time.

You show six pictures of men who were suspects in the Ripper’ crimes. At that time the police had about 100 suspects to investigate, you explain that many clairvoyants also tried to discover who the culprit was, but no one has ever been found guilty at that time or since.

Showing six old photographs of the main subjects, you propose an experiment and ask a member of the audience to use their latent psychic ability to solve the crime.

Your audience participant eliminates five of the defendants pronouncing them “not guilty” leaving just one guilty suspect.

Your prediction which has been in full view from the start is revealed and corresponds exactly with the lady’s choice - leaving your audience with a chill up their spines!

No stooges, no rough & smooth. No sleights or skill required.

Comes with picture cards of the suspects, envelope & instructions.

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