The mystery performer introduces a collection of files from the A.S.P.R.C. (The Allied Service Personnel Record Centre)
These files contains details of Allied service personnel who went Missing In Action, during WWII
Their nationality, religion, age, place of birth, where and when they went missing etc.
One of these files is chosen at random by one of your participants. They are asked to read through the file to get a feeling
for the person it relates to.
The performer now begins to reveal pieces of information. First slowly and with difficulty,
but each piece of data is verified to be correct.
More and more data is revealed and proved correct.
Nothing is written down. Nothing is spoken. The participant reads the file to themselves, and you tell them what they are
40 files. +/-10 pieces of data in each file. 400 pieces of data. Reveal everything without memorising it at all.
For each M.I.A. The following information can be revealed;
The soldiers last known location
The date they went missing
The time the M.I.A. Report was filed
Their year of birth
The city where they were born
Whether they served in the Air Force, Navy, Army etc
The M.I.A. case number