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Memento Mori

  • Spoked in Seattle Ghost Tours 102 Cherry Street Seattle, WA, 98104 United States (map)

Join PROFESSOR VANDERBECK as he takes the audience on a 90-minute long surreal journey exploring the themes of madness and mortality, while surrounded by the unearthly artifacts found in Spooked in Seattle's famous Death Museum.

PROFESSOR VANDERBECK has been obsessed with mathematics since he was a child, and believes that proper understanding of the underlying principles of the Universe allows him to penetrate the veil of the future and garner insight into the mysteries of space, time, energy, mind and spirit. He will demonstrate his love for the game of chess, recreate the famous experiments of Dr. J.B. Rhine conducted at Duke University in the 1930s, reveal the hidden powers of a cursed doll, discover the hidden fears of select audience members, attempt to make contact with a resident of one of the most famous lunatic asylums in history, perform the deadliest card trick, and finally settle the philosophical debate of free will versus predestination, all the while answering questions submitted from the audience in the most unusual manner.

As the Reverend John Furniss once said, "Never forget that you must die; that death will come sooner than you expect . . . God has written the letters of death upon your hands. In the inside of your hands you will see the letters M.M. It means 'Memento Mori.'"

Tickets are for preferred seating, which means you have the option of sitting in the first two rows which are reserved just for you so you can get the best view of the show.

Shows take place EVERY Thursday in July & August at 7:00pm