Just imagine picking up a matchbox, removing the inner tray from the outer cover and showing both parts all round. No hanging threads or gut lengths nothing to add or take away. Held upright in the hand, the inner tray starts to rise slowly until it has risen fully.
Uncanny it happens right under their eyes! A playing card is shown and placed upon your palm. The card is held within inches of his eyes. Eerily the match starts slowly risingfloatingalmost a full inch off the card.
Ask someone to think of a number between 1 and 999. Then hold your note pad in front of you and write down a number, ask the number they thought of, turn the note pad around and show them the number you have written down is their number.
The magician displays a very old looking silver key in his hand and starts to move the teeth completely around the shaft of the key. Then the teeth are moved up and down the shaft. The spectator cannot move the teeth, they are stuck where the magician left them.
A small die is shown between two dishes. The dish is emptied and turned over a couple of times. When opened a bigger die has magically appeared. The dish is emptied and then turned over and over and once again surprise surprise, an even BIGGER die appears.
Magically switch a coin in your hand to a new one that the spectators have never seen, and make the old coin appear in your pocket. This model uses a special Houdini silver coin and a mexican 20 cent piece.
Pull out a complete pencil from the case and pass out for examination. Place the pencil back in the case and push the centre portion of the case to the side. The pencil is broken in three pieces. The centre is then pushed back and is instantly is totally restored. Absolutely no skill is required.
Add a scary twist to any card routine. The most famous card back design is now descending into the hands of collectors and performers with it's new Skull Deck bone white Rider Backs. Includes extra gaffed cards and some special routines.
A spectator merely thinks of any card seen in a small packet of ten cards. Instantly, the thought-of card vanishes, leaving only nine cards remaining! The vanished card re-appears in a packet held by another spectator!