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Welcome to the Encyclopedia of Pickpocketing Volume #2, Pickpocketing. Nicholas Byrd and James Coats discuss body positioning, scoping & spotting, patter, and the theories behind the physical touch that will allow you to successfully incorporate
A fine collection of magical effects. Mental magic, silk magic, rope magic and card magic. Some of the effects listed are: Duo Predictions, Picture Projection, The Impromptu 15 Card Trick, A Routine with Silks, Three to One Rope Trick, and Color Changin
Looks like an ordinary padlock, doesn't it? The difference is…it doesn't open for just anyone! Without the secret most people find themselves LOCKED OUT! Ingenious mechanism allows those "in the know" to instantly open the lock with no trouble
Debut is a visually surprising way to produce small objects at your fingertips! Utilize this clever gimmick in your pre-existing routines or a use it in a straight forward impromptu situation for friends and family. A great magician takes advantage
In coin magic, the use of ancient Chinese coins is oriental, traditional and elegant. After the N-series coin props are popular all over the world, I'm so honored to release a new product CCS, a high-quality coin shell set
A beloved mentalism text is finally available again after being out of print for many years. "One of the great unsung heroes of original and fooling magic."--Derren Brown. The Mental Mysteries of Hector Chadwick became an underground sensation
Cards magically appear or change instantly and visually! Show an empty envelope and immediately bring up the spectator's card. Or show a card of another value inside and instantly they change to the spectator's signed card. Put a white card inside
Looks like telekinesis! RUNIC is a modern-day twist on the haunted key routine. A fully working Sharpie can be placed on a card box, on a table, in a spectator's hand or even isolated under a glass bowl. Then, on your command, the Sharpie will flip