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Jim Magus, the master of the bizarre, using Doug Higley's Dark Museum, with routines by Ed Loveland, Ed Solomon, R. Shane, Dr. Spektor, Ron "Kotah" Dayton, Tony Eye, Michael Fraughton, Bill Fienning, Clifford the Red, Dean Montal
Dai Vernon is, arguably, the most influential magician of the 20th century. Yet the man and his material remain largely misunderstood. In this unprecedented two-disc, three-hour seminar, Roberto Giobbi explores what
Derek Dingle's Last Notes is now on CD-ROM! If you missed out on buying the original manuscript, it can be yours DIGITALLY! The 46-page book has been converted into a PDF file, which can be viewed on your personal computer. (Mac &
Early close-up innovator Frank M. Chapman (1901-1954) published some of magic's most stylish close-up publications in the 1930s, including his charming magazine Chap's Scrapbook, which featured top-flight material by names
Illusionarium: Lost Secrets from Magic's Golden Era is a CD of incomparable notes from Houdini's collection compiled by magician Adrian Plate 100 years ago. This handwritten compendium was never published and contains over 400
Kevin James is proud to introduce the underground genius from Spain, Anton Lopez. This is a stunner: You're performing close-up magic at a party. You have a spectator choose a card. It is the King of Hearts. You do a short card routine of your choice