This pamphlet contains a fantastic version of The Bank Note in Lemon. The handling is simple and extremely deceiving. Very limited quantities.
Just imagine wrapping a piece of paper around any size brown, green or clear bottle and magically penetrate it through someone’s body! Tony has taken the classic bottle thru table and created a "strolling" close-up illusion that will leave them shocked!
Billy McComb and Ken de Courcy have created a MIND-BLOWING divination that can be performed ANYWHERE at ANYTIME! The plot is simple, the method is devious and the effect is extremely STRONG! The Magician asks the spectator to
Imagine! Being able to offer a challenge that you will do a trick with any object any member of the audience might have on them. Yes, you can do just that, and with complete safety. The advertising and publicity possibilities with .
A stand up, no table required version of the classic Three Ball Routine. A beautiful and magical routine performed entirely in your hands with small, colorful balls. The routine includes many phases and different moves with a logical climax.
Just in time for Halloween, Bizzaro--The Optical Illusionist and Fire Cat Studios bring you the first resource book on the subject for one of the most unusual classics of magic around: The Razor Blade Illusion Mystery.
This is an amazing routine with a unique revelation they won't see coming! Starting with a Bro. John Hamman routine, Ken de Courcy reworked the ending to play for larger audiences. A thought-of card is written on a paper plate and covered
From the Ken Brooke range of commercial, professional magic comes another one of the all time classics: The Sidewalk Shuffle. This collaboration between Ken Brooke and Fred Kaps
The Madras Paper Repeat Climax is a great stand-up effect where a Six Card Repeat style effect is performed with small pieces of torn newspaper. Pieces are torn, counted, and tossed. Even though pieces are continually tossed on
Any drink called for can be produced from the Magic Kettle. This is a 'must-own' book for anyone who is currently performing or even thinking about performing this classic effect. Jeffery Atkins covers the origins and history