The Wacky Worm by Chance Wolf(c. 2005) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)
Effect: The performer explains how he learned to be a magician by reading books. A large (12″ wide by 14″ tall), colorful, wooden cut-out of a book is displayed as a representation of one of the magicians magic books. While talking about the magic of reading, the magicians new friend, “the Wacky Worm” pops into view, peeking over the top of the book. The fun begins as the magician talks while the worm keeps peeking up and dropping back behind the book every time the magician tries to catch him. The kids see him, the magician doesn’t.
Finally the Wacky Worm decides to stay in view and performs some magic. The magician displays three flat colored “balls” and has one selected from the audience. The balls are mixed, then dropped into the book. The worm drops back into the book, peeks up a few times, then finally comes up with the chosen ball in his mouth. The kids scream with delight. The magic continues as. the magician has a card freely selected, placed back in the deck, then drops the deck into the book. The worm drops back into the book, peeks up a few times, then finally comes up with the card in his mouth. The Wacky Worm drops back down then comes back up for a bow.
Text Source: David Oliver, Genii Magazine (Vol. 68, No. 8, August 2005)
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