Good use of audience participation. The presenter was effective and entertaining. The hypnosis segment was really well done.
What I didn't like
Some of the payoffs of the segments were a little disappointing, especially the ending. Some of the segments only featured demonstration, but no explanation. At times it felt more like a general psychic demonstration than a specifically Victorian-era focus.
My overall impression
An enjoyable survey of the methods employed by Victorian-era psychics. A lot of audience participation really drives home how effective they could be. Not exactly what I expected, but a fun time nonetheless.
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