This effect…originally sold for children from Milton Bradley is incredible. If you’re able to locate this (I believe it is no longer made) GRAB IT! You will not regret it. It is a little prop-py so if you’re a straight mentalist it might not play well in certain circumstances…but just as a must-have effect to perform…it’s incredible…and very, very ingenious!
Lee Woodside first introduced me to this little baby–and I was on the hunt for my own Spirit in the Coffin.
A Dollar is put inside and it’s closed. You only push the YOT a few inch from left to right with the tip of your finger over a flat surface and the spectater can say STOP at any time and try to open the YOT. You control who can and who can not open the YOT… Works every time! Again and again. No Reset and VERY easy to do.
(You could put 3 people in a row and give only one the ‘Magic Power’…)
This is a great piece of equipment, and it is also very handy as a utility mind reading device. I was pleased and a little amazed to see that Jonathan Pendragon uses it to divine a thought for Charlotte to reveal! Made me feel even more proud to have Thought Transmitter.
This is a wonderful variation on the old coin slide. The finely made wooden slide has been built in the shape of a packing case to do the classic Substitution trick. The quarter is placed on top of the box and the penny inside the slot and they very cleanly change places.
The instructions are in German. This is a beautiful piece.
This is a very clever application of the old one ahead principle, but dressed up so well you’d never guess. Easy to do. The basic effect is for the magician to reveal what a spectator freely wrote on a card and sealed in an envelope between two plates dangling from a chain.
Its simplicity and elegance will keep you kicking yourself!
About two years ago I won this prop from John Mendoza. It is everything he said about it and more. It’s is beautifully made and a pleasure to work with. I don’t believe the set-up time is execessive. Certainly not when you see the expressons on the faces of people in the audience.
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