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The performer displays the Ghost Key - a large key that he invites his audience to examine to their heart's content. When the performer places the key across his hand, and mutters some invocation under his breath,
The Stripper Deck is one of the most popular and versatile trick deck of cards. If you want to perform miracles with virtually no skill, look no further than the Stripper Deck. Imagine causing cards to change place, jump up through the deck, change
Go on journeys with your spectator by introducing them to seven countries. Your viewer simply chooses one mentally and you will discover their destination country. The cards you receive also have another secret that will allow you to
A spectator selects any card from the deck. They initial the face of their card, on BOTH ends. The rest of the deck is returned to the card box. The selected card is slid into the card box, so it protrudes for about half its length. No
Hallpass is an ingenious device by Julio Montoro and James Anthony that lets you produce signed cards and predictions from within an ID holder in a clean and unsuspicious fashion. Imagine at the end of your favorite signed card
I found the book absolutely fascinating...This one was a delight. Chock full of cool card and coin effects...some of the card tricks were inspired by the works of Edward Victor, Jack Carpenter, Dan and Dave Buck, Larry Jennings…tons of
Black Art is one of the oldest principles in magic. Throughout magic history, this principle was explored in the area of spiritual demonstration and gambling techniques in the early days. Many have forgotten this beautiful
Remember the old days when all a magician had to do was practice a few cards tricks and a sponge ball routine, put on his bow tie and then show the guests a few parlor tricks as they looked on admiringly? OK, maybe those days never