I recently came across a toy I never knew existed. It is a spinning top with numbers one through six on top. The neat thing is that by holding the Top with the number facing down and pressing the bottom it locks that number into place and when you spin the top it lands with that number down.
A few weeks ago I got a copy of the massive new edition (2019 Revised Edition) of Al The Only’s “The Magic Graveyard: The stories and secrets of the magicians resting in a small-town cemetery… and why they’re buried there!”
For many years I used to buy unique keys at antique stores and fairs for the magical classic where you put the key on your hand and it eerily moves by itself.
I have gotten many emails and messages over the past few months about when I will be getting another shipment of Nick Diffatte’s book Funny.
I wrote an entire newsletter explaining why this one was skipped because the electric company kept delaying when I will get my service back, but the good news is that everything is now back to normal (except my refrigerator, which is almost empty after throwing away all the spoiled food).
Is a forced vacation still a vacation? I lost power on Tuesday around noon because of the rain and wind that hit New Jersey and the current estimate is to have it back on Friday morning.
Today I am introducing you to my newest release. You get six special ESP Cards and matching envelopes that are completely examinable but are still deviously gaffed.
If you attended any of my Zoom lectures you would remember that I closed them by teaching my Bubble Palm and my Spring Palm.
If you liked Terry Broshears’ Hot Rod Knives (which sold-out) you will love his color changing knife sets.
Stacked and memorized decks and parts of decks have been published since the 1500s. There have been many innovations over the centuries.