As many of you will know we offer regular competitions and give away some great prizes. Over the last few months we’ve given away copies of our acclaimed DVD’s Unmasking Jack the Ripper and On the Trail of Jack the Ripper. We’ve given away a copy of Richard’s book Uncovering Jack the Ripper’s London. We’ve even stepped outside our comfort zone and given away a copy of our most recent DVD The Man Who Murdered Sherlock Holmes.
To be entered for any of our competitions you just have to like us and follow us on Facebook or Twitter. And our competitions are genuine with real prizes, as is attested to by our winners on our Facebook Page. So be sure to follow us as we’re planning some great give aways and events over the coming months.
But today we’re leaving the subject of Jack the Ripper yet again and have come up with a rather cryptic question that is guaranteed to get those little grey (or gray for those of you across the pond!) working overtime.
Brace yourselves, here it comes, roll the drums, let the countdown commence, b……(oh just get on with it. Ed).
What is the connection between the song London Bridge is Falling Down and your mobile phone?
Just to give guidance, the answer isn’t that you can get London Bridge is Falling down as a ring tone. In fact it’s a lot more cryptic and historical than that.
We’ll answer the question on 17th August, so you have over a week to find the answer. AND WHAT’S THE PRIZE? You’re going to like this!
Since we are encouraging you to share the question with your friends, followers and circles, we’re going to give two lucky winners a free Jack the Ripper Tour Four Person Gift Voucher. That’s right. Yourself and three friends can come along to a walk as our guest on a date of your choice. The vouchers will be valid for one year from the date we send them out so there will be no restrictions on when you can take the tour.
So why not go for gold and form your own team JR and head on over to our G+, Twitter and Facebook Pages and get sharing, tweeting and circling to enter the competition and see if you and your friends can solves this cryptic riddle?
Just to get you into the mood we’ve found this rather nice rendition of the rhyme on Youtube. The only thing is that it features Tower Bridge rather than London Bridge but, hey, you can’t have everything!