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Erdnase27
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As you all know its gonna be halloween soon. Who of you have plans to do some tricks to that theme this year. As you all know this topic arrives every year around this time so now is the time.. my tricks are gonna be:

- Haunted Key
- The Web(not for people with frights for insects ofcourse)
- Cups and balls with skullheads and those eyes candy as kicker
- Ouija board routine
- something with a Tarot deck(Still making it up)


And you guys? Smile
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I have to think about what I will do..
Your routine looks fine!
Great for inspiration. Smile
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Haunted deck or anything using IT perhaps
ashes on arm
pyro perception?
pk touches
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You'll find lots of ideas for Halloween Magic in The Wizards' Journals (on my site), especially in The Wizards' Journal #4 and the new issue just coming on-line, #14.
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Dove pan makes a great device for producing and distributing treats with.
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Haunted House Silks
Hand Chopper
Zombie with pumpkin or skull
Dove pan with 10" foam pumpkin
Chair suspension
IT floating of "whatever"

Jim
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Jim, where can I purchase a 10" Foam Pupmkin?

Rodney
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Does anyone know where I can buy some Halloween themed silks?

Posted: Oct 3, 2007 2:21pm
BTW, Not sure where I would have put this but I think this is in the wrong place.
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I just make most of it up myself and got the skulls and eyecandy things from a jokestore Smile
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SoCalPro:

Did you get my PM?

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On 2007-10-03 14:21, SoCalPro wrote:
BTW, Not sure where I would have put this but I think this is in the wrong place.

Silk questions should be posted in the section "Smooth as Silk" where all the silk experts reside.

You'll find a variety of patterned silks here: http://www.lockfamilymagic.com/public/Vi......p?caID=5
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On 2007-10-03 14:24, MichielTummers wrote:
I just make most of it up myself and got the skulls and eyecandy things from a jokestore Smile

Good for you! You're learning fast. The best place to shop for seasonal magic is the Dollar Store (or Pound Store, or whatever they call it in your country).

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If you want a really interesting and stimulating exercise here is one I used to use in the magic schools I managed and taught in: Take your ten favorite magic routines and ..... attempt to make them into a Halloween routine in some manner! You can do this for ANY specific type of show, etc. It's fun. Take a routine like Color Monte for instance and attempt to rewrite the patter so that it somehow works in Halloween as a theme.

At first you will find that it's difficult, but as you work at it you'll find that you get better and better at it! Not only that, but the gains you make in the technique of doing this will pay dividends later on down the road. Have fun!
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Solid Ghost is great too! IMHO
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On 2007-10-03 16:44, jimhlou wrote:
SoCalPro:

Did you get my PM?

Jim


Yes Jim, thank you very much. Smile

Posted: Oct 4, 2007 12:03am
[quote]On 2007-10-03 17:03, Spellbinder wrote:
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Silk questions should be posted in the section "Smooth as Silk" where all the silk experts reside.

You'll find a variety of patterned silks here: http://www.lockfamilymagic.com/public/Vi......p?caID=5

What I meant was that I think this thread is in the wrong place. Also, I checked that site out last night but they didn't seem to have what I was looking for. Thanks for the link though.

JIM
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On 2007-10-03 06:54, SoCalPro wrote:
Does anyone know where I can buy some Halloween themed silks?



Make them yourself. You will need a marker and a white silk. A ghost is one idea.
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Thanks Mike. I just bought one yesterday to add to my change bag routine in my stage show. Smile
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I've been trying to come up with a good routine/effect with a Ouija Board, any suggestions? Any suggested reading on the topic? Thanks for any help. -J.R.
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I have several.
I use a ouija for booktests and small seances(also with peeks like a center tear) mine is creepy etc:)
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I thought about using it for different revelations, do you have spectators move the triangle thing with you or have you come up with a way for it to move itself (i've been thinking of some way to use my pk ring or something similar).
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