Slate Immortality

Robert Parrish

The effect of this startling variation in Living and Dead Tests first appeared in Annemann's publication "Sh-h-h!! It's a Secret."

On an unprepared slate the performer writes a row of six figures from 1 to 6 in a column down the left side. The slate is handed to

a spectator to write the name of some dead person, known only to himself, after any one of the six figures. This is done while the performer's back is turned.

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