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Topic: Paul Harris Deep Astonishment
Message: Posted by: houdini (Aug 5, 2003 10:17AM)
Why doesn't Paul Harris' Deep Astonishment webpage come up anymore when I enter http://www.deepastonishment.com?

Please HELP :mad:
Message: Posted by: Bill Beach (Aug 5, 2003 10:48AM)
You might call Rodney Whitlock who worked with Paul Harris on this effect at 440-585-2463, or email at yenders1@email.msn.com.

I believe that Rodney is in charge of the web site. I heard they were having problems with it. If you find out any additional information please post and let us know.

Bill Beach - contributed tip # 14 on the Deep Astonishment web site, turning the wallet into a checkbook.
Message: Posted by: Graymatter_Fireworks (Aug 6, 2003 08:56PM)
Yeah I was upset when I got the trick and in the manual it mentioned the website...but alas there wasn't one! I was hoping to see some of the different ideas people had with this trick.
Message: Posted by: jarrod (Aug 13, 2003 06:47PM)
It came up fine for me. It has a price of $29 on that site, however you can get it for only $20+free shipping from penguinmagic (http://www.penguinmagic.com/product.php?ID=379)
Message: Posted by: Bill Beach (Aug 17, 2003 04:38PM)
Just came up fine for me, too. I think it's back!

Bill Beach
Message: Posted by: Mark Martinez (Aug 18, 2003 06:48PM)
Yes it must be fixed! Great effect! Do you guys use it regularly?

Also check out the http://www.deepastonishment.com/Tips.html section! Interesting ideas... :fyi:
Message: Posted by: Scott Xavier (Aug 19, 2003 12:24AM)
BUY from the manufacturer. The money is well spent. Internet dealers are usually cheaper, but not with as much tech support and refudability!
Message: Posted by: Bill Beach (Aug 20, 2003 09:38PM)
Mark,

I perform Deep Astonishment whenever the opportunity presents itself, and then it is always the closer.

Cannot be done in a very noisy setting or surrounded.

I'm a member of the local IBM ring and did it at a recent meeting where the main topic was mentalism. A couple of the members have requested an encore performance at a future meeting, as far as I know they have no clue as to how it's done.

As for laymen, it normally leaves them speechless and giving me those wierd looks of "astonishment" we all like to see.

Bill Beach (Tip #14, wallet as a checkbook)
Message: Posted by: Tripwire (Aug 24, 2003 01:44PM)
Site seems to come up fine now.
Message: Posted by: jonesc2ii (Aug 26, 2003 08:05AM)
Looks good. Is it possible to see a video of it being performed? And is it difficult to perform? I'm no longer a beginner but I'm way off being 'advanced'!
Message: Posted by: houdini (Aug 26, 2003 05:04PM)
Thanks for comments guys. I tried getting the webpage the other day and it worked fine.