2009
Written by Harry Anderson, Jon Racherbaumer
Work of Various
32 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with photographs and drawings
Language: English
28 entries
Cover photograph
Creators Title Comments & References Page Categories
Jon Racherbaumer Anything Went on Annemann and the Jinx
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Harry Anderson Anything Went on Annemann and the Jinx
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Mac King Letter to Harry Anderson on the Jinx
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Barrie Richardson Stripped Ease out-of-hand selection from stripper deck, glimpse in center
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Marvin Miller When Ted Went Postal on Annemann's postcard send when he died, and the marks on his subscription renewal postcard with just a cat
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Bob Farmer Satan is My Buddy to cut-to selections are found with two Jokers that appears face up with helpful messages
Inspired by
  • "Watching the Detectives" (David Regal, Scripting Magic, Pete McCable, 2007)
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David Ben And the Oscar Goes to... Oscar candidates are divined
Inspired by 8
Unknown Billet Switch
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Unknown Jinx Fun Page jokes, quiz, puzzles
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Stephen Minch Who Do You Thrust? credit information essay on The Magic Thrust
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Robert Cassidy Roswell That Ends Well prediction between two paper plates that are tossed to a spectator, date predicted
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Jon Racherbaumer Christ Almighty and his "Force Majeure" introduction to Christ Force applications
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Edward Marlo Christ Almighty double location, corner-short edge-marked double backer
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Bob Farmer Christ Almighty four selected cards vanish, using quadruple peek-card gaff ("Christ Almighty Card")
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Jon Racherbaumer Christ Almighty cards slid back one by one until spectator stops
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Jon Racherbaumer The Bird is a Word on the name The Jinx and other magazines
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Steve "Banachek" Shaw Banachek and Mate - A Diabolical Duet From the Mental Maestro
  • spectator thinks of a letter in his word, it is divined (see also Psychological Subtleties)
  • ESP cards in envelopes are matched up with small ESP cards that are added to the envelope
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Jonathan Levit Simply the Best on Annemann's torn corner handling
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Michael Weber Dürer Had a Word For It grid with numbers, all writing vanishes when heated except an outline of spectator's lucky numbers, frixion pen
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Eugene Burger When the Cats Hissed on The Jinx
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Thomas Alan Waters Cardblanche off-beat prediction of a birthdate, on a blank card, brainwave
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Eddie Fields Crisscross ESP card thought of, circle divined but it was cross, then circle used to make word CROSS with four tabled ABC cards
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Mike Caveney Unfettered Letters discussion of Theodore Annemann letter
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Derren Brown Pardon My English...
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Unknown The Big Day Off unusual photos of Annemann, gag
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Max Maven The Rabbit Hole of No Return on Theodore Annemann as a performer, discussing his public appearances as found in print
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Ricky Jay The Little Theater in the Sky on Theodore Annemann
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Jon Racherbaumer, Harry Anderson Editrivia
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