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Ghost Board - Powell

$125.00

Dry Erase Enables any magician to demonstrate his super extra sensory abilities by apparently reading minds. Three spectators are each asked to think of various items (names, numbers, playing cards, etc.) after the magician has written each prediction on the top three sections of a divided board, then one by one you read the...

 

Ghost Bottle

$30.00

Imagine having a coke bottle that can automatically and visibly drink itself. The ghost bottle can do just that and perform a number of other amazing effects. You can pour the coke into a newspaper rolled into a cone and crush the paper, or open it to show the coke has vanished. You can even put a straw into the top of the bottle and act...

 

Ghost Card - Coppola

$45.00

This effect will send chills up the spine of any spectator! The magician has the spectator choose a card. Then once the card has been selected, the magician pulls out a piece of glass. He asks the spectator to blow on this glass. Once the spectator does so, a ghostly image of their chosen card appears!

This effect will work on T.V.'s...

 

Ghost Card

$18.00

You show a spectator six different jumbo cards and ask him to just think of any one of them. The cards are then counted into his hand one by one and the card he was merely thinking of has vanished!

  • A Clean and Baffling Effect
  • The Spectators Apparently See the Fronts and Backs of All the Cards
  • Doesn't Use Rough and Smooth...

 

Ghost Flight

$13.75

You display eight cards to the audience which are blank on both sides along with four regular cards, let's say the Kings. A folded handkerchief is also placed on the table. The spectator "sandwiches" each of the Kings between two blank cards. Magically, the Kings also turn completely blank on both sides! To finish, the four Kings appear...

 

Ghost Glass

$12.00

A round glass disk is used to foretell the future. A playing card is selected from a deck of cards. The spectator thinks of the card and then breathes onto the crystal. The image of the selected card appears on the surface of the glass!, then it slowly fades.

Nothing is visible on the glass, yet the eerie specter can appear at...

 

Giant Princess Card

$60.00

Based on the original Henry Hardin routine, the "Princess Card Trick" has become one of the best selling card tricks in history. Mostly because it requires no technical skill, can be learned in minutes and leaves the audience completely fooled. This version is customized to bring the classic routine to larger audiences.

The...

 

Gloves To Streamer

$54.00

Finally, because of the great demand, this hot new effect comes straight out of Tony Clark's famous dove act. The magician, wearing one black glove and one white glove (included), clasps his hands together and takes off the gloves. The gloves are then thrown into the air, turning into a black and white striped streamer (3 in. x 12 ft.),...

 


Golden Shells - School For Scoundrels

Over six months in the making, Whit Haydn and Chef Anton have created the perfect shells for any Three Shell Game routine. Including design enhancements and tips from real working pros like Chanin, Eddie Joseph and others, these shells are perfectly weighted and balanced.

Whit's shell design incorporates all of the little-known...

 


Grandpas Deck

$14.00

Grandpa's special deck with people's names written on the backs is shown. A card is freelyselected. Spectator names ANY man's name. All 52 cards are dealt face down, showing different names, and the card with the chosen name is the selected card!Bicycle back.

 

Group Session - Daryl

$18.00

Imagine having control over your audience! You, as the magician, cause your audience to magically locate cards, which have been merely THOUGHT OF, from a thoroughly shuffled deck! Absolutely astounding.

Up to five spectators think of cards from a shuffled deck - immediately all five cards are revealed and the deck can be examined!...

 

Growing Ball Outdone

$6.00

The performer displays a small (1.5 inch) red ball and a black ball. He pushes the balls into his closed fist and upon opening his hand, the red ball has transformed into a large (4 inch) ball and the black ball has changed into eight tiny black balls!

 

Growing Ball

$5.00

The magician displays a small (2-inch) sponge ball. He places the ball onto his closed fist and pushes it down inside. When he opens his hand the ball has somehow grown into a large (4-inch) ball!

  • Only one ball is used
  • Very easy to perform

 

Gypsy Curse

$7.00

Seven ancient playing cards are shown to be six black spot cards and one King Of Diamonds. Thecards are divided into two groups and a spectator is asked to wager as to which group containsthe Diamond. Normally the spectator would lose in a game of chance with a devious magician but these cards are cursed. All the cards are winners! Nicely...

 

Hamman Eggs

$7.00

A deliciously amazing packet trick, Hamman Eggs is sure to leave them astounded.

The magician relates the frustrations of two hungry people who try in vain to order a simple meal of ham and eggs. The waitress invariably gives one of them two orders of eggs and the other two orders of ham. Finally and magically, the ham and eggs change...

 

Handz-Up

$54.00

This system has been known for a while already and has been widely used for paranormal presentations or wacky offbeat acts. Unfortunately the entertainment industry was never able to produce this kind of gimmick because the technology involved in making a product of this standard was too expensive for this small a market. Hottrix changed...

 

Harlequins Box - David Powell

$315.00

The performer places a wine glass on the table and borrows a finger ring from any spectator. The ring is placed in the folds of a handkerchief and given to the spectator to hold over the mouth of the wine glass. He can actually feel the ring through the handkerchief and is told to hold onto it tight. The performer also removes a small...

 

Haunted Hanky

$4.00

Magician lays a handkerchief on the table then folds the corners in to thecenter. As the performer lightly touches the hanky it begins to move. It looks as though something large is trapped inside. Suddenly the hankyfalls flat and is shown to be empty.

 

Heads Or Tails

$9.00

Imagine being able to toss a spinning coin high up in the air and possess the uncanny ability to predict whether it will land on heads or tails side up. Are you able to foretell the future? What if you can toss a coin in the air and make it land face up on any side the spectator wishes. You may even let the spectator catch the coin themselves....

 

Helicopter Card

$29.95

Open up your card case and a business or playing card shoots out, spins like a helicopterand hovers slowly up to your hand. The card can immediately be passed out for examination.

 

Hell Bent

$8.00

Two keys are shown in your open hand, one brass and one silver. A spectator names one and the other is put away. Close your hand around the key for a moment.When you open your hand the key is bent at a 45 degree angle.This is HELLBENT!

 

Hermit Of Dreams

$18.00

Know the Thoughts of Others!

For years magicians have had requests from the audience to "read my mind" or "tell my fortune." Most magicians have little experience in personal reading techniques or have precious little time to learn about them. Additionally, there are hundreds of methods available: palm reading,...

 

Hindu Beads

$3.00

The magician threads three wooden beads onto two golden laces. The spectator then secures the beads on the laces with a double knot. Much to the surprise of the spectator, though, the beads can be immediately removed from the laces at the command of the magician. The beads penetrate the solid laces without a false moves. They just seem...

 

Hindu Water Vases

$70.00

Performer shows five empty vases. Mysteriously, one vase becomes filled with water! The wateris poured into another vase. Then a second vase fills with water. In the end all fives vases are filled. If preferred rice, confetti, or candy can be used. The vases are polished aluminum. Made by Morrissey

 

Horsin Around

$9.00

Three cards are shown, each with a part of a cute, topless pin-up girl?there's her head, her middle, and her bottom! The head and middle are dealt face down on the table, and the bottom is inserted back out partway into your pocket. You now ask someone where the middle is. They say, "On the table . . ." But you remove the card from...

 


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