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Two Hole Wrist Chopper by Delben, Ben Stone

(c. 1949) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Ben Stone invented the Two Hole Wrist Chopper and although Joe Karson (of Zombie fame) might want to lay claim to it (and it is still called the Karson Wrist Chopper on the Owen’s site) – he did not invent it, but Ben Stone did and it is clearly documented by Michael Rose in his wonderful book Joe Karson – Beyond Zombie (Chapter 11).

Effect: This is one of my favorite illusions. Unlike most chopper illusions this defies explanation because at the end the blade which can be examined is clearly surrounding the wrists with no explanation at all how it could have penetrated them. If you are looking to spice up your parlor or stage act this is large enough to see and amaze, but small enough to pack!

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Approx. Price: $500.00 (2008) ***

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2 reviews for Two Hole Wrist Chopper by Delben, Ben Stone

  1. Andy Martin

    A Beautiful + Amazing Chopper

    Ben Stone was a great guy and invented some amazing magic. One of my favorite items of his was the Two Hole Wrist Chopper. Unlike most chopper illusions this defies explanation because at the end the blade which can be examined is clearely surrounding the wrists with no explanation at all how it could have penetrated them.

    If you are looking to spice up your parlor or stage act this is large enough to see and amaze, but small enough to pack!

    Highly Recommend for sensation seekers everywhere!

  2. Andy Martin

    Ben Stone invented the Two Hole Wrist Chopper c. 1949 and although Joe Karson (of Zombie fame) might want to lay claim to it (and it is still called the Karson Wrist Chopper on the Owen’s site) – he did not invent it, but Ben Stone did and it is clearly documented by Michael Rose in his book Joe Karson – Beyond Zombie (Chapter 11).

    This is one of my favorite illusions. Unlike most chopper illusions this defies explanation because at the end the blade which can be examined is clearly surrounding the wrists with no explanation at all how it could have penetrated them. If you are looking to spice up your parlor or stage act this is large enough to see and amaze, but small enough to pack!

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