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SECRETS OF THE SNOWSTORM
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SECRETS OF THE SNOWSTORM
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TR-6521
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Cresey Magic
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$39.95
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In recent years, the classic snowstorm effect has gained more and more popularity. We thought it was time to explain, in depth, one of magic's best kept secrets. The book in this set is a complete explanation of the Classic Snowstorm including tips, suggestions and ideas to help bring a new light on this stunning effect. If you use this book you will have the tools necessary to place your own stamp of originality on a classic effect. Larry Maples and Raven are full time working professionals who perform for cruise lines and resorts all over the world. In 1989, they released The Ultimate Snowstorm. This was the first pre-made banded snowstorm load made in the United States. Today, their Ultimate Snowstorm is used by professionals all over the world and is a staple product in the lines of the most prestigious magic shops. Comes complete with 6 snowstorm loads (4 white, 1 red, 1 multi), 12 inch fan and 32 page Secrets of the Snowstorm book.
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In recent years, the classic snowstorm effect has gained more and more popularity.  We thought it was time to explain, in depth, one of magic's best kept secrets.  The book in this set is a complete explanation of the Classic Snow
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