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Albert Spackman Voodoo cards with outline of a person and x-marked on different places, spectator choses one of the cards where the person is injured, prediction
The Art of Close-Up Magic — Volume 1 167
Sydney Bergson Patter for Voodoo text
Inspired by The Art of Close-Up Magic — Volume 1 169
Albert Spackman Merely A Beer Matter coin appears and vanishes between two coasters, bigger coin appears as a kicker
The Art of Close-Up Magic — Volume 1 290
Albert Spackman Noted Number prediction of the total of the last four digits of four bills
The Art of Close-Up Magic — Volume 2 61
Albert Spackman Miniature Rapping Hand miniature doll hand in box rapping and answering questions, different routine ideas,
  • word and card divination and with spirit slates
  • stop trick with cards
  • whistle put into the box and the hand moves and the whistle blows
  • gipsy thread is restored in the box, while hand moves
  • in conjunction with "The Thing"
  • card turnover

Related to The Art of Close-Up Magic — Volume 2 74
Thomas Alan Waters Clippoline Albert Spackman's "Clip Line" meets Clippo
Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue New Thoughts For Old) 25
Gene Nielsen Front Page based on Albert Spackman's "Clip Line"
Inspired by The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 239) 1191
Al Mann The Clip Line variation on Albert Spackman's "Clip Line"
Inspired byRelated toVariations Six Columns 20
Albert Spackman Newspaper Test word-forcing technique, text upside down beneath headline, without credit
Hellsehen... ...kinderleicht 26
Richard Osterlind, Albert Spackman Thanks to Spackman - Clip Line Deluxe
Dynamic Mysteries 67
Albert Spackman Newspaper Test word-forcing technique, text upside down beneath headline
Tricks 96
Ben Hart Advertising Banner newspaper strip cut, phrase there appears tied to the back of a real fly, Albert Spackman's "Clip Line"
The Darkest Corners 282
Ben Hart A Word in Amber newspaper strip cut, phrase there appears inside amber necklace, Albert Spackman's "Clip Line"
The Darkest Corners 292