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Show a two quart milk pitcher filled with milk. Form an unprepared sheet of newspaper into a cone. Now pour almost the entire pitcher of milk into the cone. Nothing too amazing--right? So you crumble the cone, with milk inside, into a ball! The milk
The equally as convincing as the Magna Coin Box, the possibilities here are completely different. This is a thin-walled, lightweight Okito type box that will stand minute examination, yet has a gimmick machined into it so undetectably that even we can’t
A sponge ball that looks just like an apple! Audiences love these, especially with all the stories you come up with! Tell them the grocery store offered a 2-for-1 special, and turn 1 ball into 2! Or the reverse - you know you bought 2,
An incredible transposition between their selection and your lollipop! Comes with a specially printed Bicycle Gaff Card (Red backed) and 12 Lollipop stickers! Steve Rowe's SUPA CHUPA SCOOPA is a brilliant, visual, shocking piece of magic
A card is selected and the deck is held by the spectator. The magician ignites the flame on a lighter, then causes the lighter to completely vanish! When the deck is spread, one card is found in the deck with a severe burn mark on its
Number eight, published in June 2020, features The Blunt Force, in which the spectator seems to predict your phone number, and the Excessive Force, a variation on the famous Nine Card Problem, in which the spectator perfectly arranges
The first book in an exciting new YA mystery trilogy about a teenage savant on the trail of her family's killer, from the multi-talented Ning Cai, international magic celebrity and author. When parkour champion Maxine Schooling wakes from a
Imagine having small Monopoly bills and being able to transform their value and also their SIZE! Then clearly show each of them, one by one, followed by handing them out for examination! And if you want, you can go backwards in a