Illusion Warehouse Magic Tricks

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The magician displays an ornate stand and five double edge razor blades. The magician tests the sharpness of the razor blades by slicing through a piece of paper. One by one the magician places the razor blades into his mouth. He also unrolls a length of thread from a spool, winds it up into a ball, and places this into his mouth as well. When the magician reaches into his mouth and starts pulling the end of the string from his mouth, the blades are found to be not only threaded onto the thread, but also tied to the thread at equal intervals! We provide the razor blades, string, ornate stand, and full instructions. Easy to do and not a trick for children, this is astounding magic at its best!

A sheet of Plexiglas with a series of slots is displayed. The plastic is dropped into a wooden frame that has corresponding slots across the frame's horizontal mid-section bar. A length of ribbon is threaded through the wood frame bar and through the plastic sheet. Suddenly the plastic is pulled from the frame penetrating the ribbon! The ribbon is found to be still threaded through the wooden frame mid-bar. This is a beautiful version of the trick invented by Edward Massey.

This classic in magic features a very well made wooden stock, realistic looking sword and sheath for the sword. The magician gets an unsuspecting volunteer from the audience and displays a wooden stock. Next he proceeds to pull the sword from the sheath and show how the stock acts to guide the sword through the stock. Next the magician places the stock portion around the volunteer's neck and proceeds to push the sword through the stock and seemingly right through the spectators neck! The audience can clearly see the chrome tip of the sword portruding out of the stock! The procedure is reversed and the spectator is none-the-less for their harrowing experience! This is a very well made prop at a very economical price. The sword is made correctly and pushing it through the stock is done without hesitation and with ease. And for those of you "in the know," there is no Scotch tape holding the sword together! Humm. 0004nufud01430

A box of crayons is displayed. Cover the crayons with a handkerchief momentarily, whip it away and the crayons disappear! 003MM0333
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