The Wizards' Journal #44

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Flip-Flop Wand
by Jim Gerrish

At first glance, it is the old "Break-Away" Wand, but with a couple of new features added because you build it yourself. Unlike the original, when it flops it does not appear to be made in sections. When it is rigid, it can be handed to a spectator without flopping or adding an extra piece. It can also be built as a color changing wand, changing from black to red or any color you choose.



Portable Rabbit Hole
by Jim Gerrish & Yusif Tremil

Effect: The magician shows the audience his “Portable Rabbit Hole” which is a square plaque with a large black circle on it and a white arrow in the center. It can be shown on all sides. It is placed on top of some panels with bars, also shown on all sides before forming a cage. Suddenly a bunny (live or puppet) pops up out of the portable hole on top of the cage. From there you can lift the bunny out and begin your funny bunny business until it is time for the bunny to take his or her nap. The magician opens up the portable hole and the bunny is pushed down inside. It just seems to vanish! The whole cage is taken apart and shown to be as empty as it was in the beginning.



Cuff Linked
by Jim Gerrish

Starting with Harry Anderson's reasoning for NOT doing thumb ties with string or pipe cleaners, etc., or for using thumb cuffs, Jim takes Harry's solution and expands it into an escape extravaganza complete with ball and chains, full body cuffs, and challenges with members of the audience participating. And while it will keep your arms and legs in chains and cuffs, it won't cost you an arm and a leg to build up an hysterically funny escape routine with these easily available props.



A Touch of Magic
by Jim Gerrish

You can have any number of cards, Tarot or regular playing cards freely chosen. In fact, any flat object that will fit inside an envelope can be used, including dollar bills, business cards, greeting cards, photographs of any subject, and so on. You have a spectator select one of the flat objects described above. He then selects one envelope from a stack of envelopes you have shuffled and mixed up. He places the flat object he has chosen inside the envelope, and then fills up any number of other envelopes with the flat objects he did NOT choose. He mixes up the envelopes until he himself doesn’t know which envelope contains his chosen flat object. One by one he hands the envelopes to you and you place three of them down on the table or on a music stand. He points to any two of the envelopes, and finally points to one envelope. When he opens the last envelope chosen, it contains the flat object he originally chose and hid from sight.

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