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William T. Zerr

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William T. Zerr
BornWilliam Thomas Zerr


William (Bill) T. Zerr (fl. 1940s-1950s) performed as "Zerr, the Mystic Mind" at charity events in Baltimore during the 1930s and 40s.


In the 1930s, he was submitting "Baltimore Briefs" to the Sphinx.

Zerr, SAM member number 2208, was the first president of the SAM Assembly 6, (the Kellar-Thurston Assembly of Baltimore, Maryland) when the Demons Club was merged into the SAM in 1934.[1]

He was awarded the Sphinx Award medal in the Platform Effect classification for his effect "Foolproof Psychometry," described on page 221 of the November 1949 issue of Sphinx.

Some time in the 1980s, he moved to the Miami, Florida area and joined the IBM ring there.


  1. Sphinx, January 10, 1934