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Ba Ba Booey
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For a Halloween effect, I turn $1 bills into very bloody $1 bills.
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On 2008-10-01 20:57, Ba Ba Booey wrote:
For a Halloween effect, I turn $1 bills into very bloody $1 bills.


Good going! Finding a hook is what makes a trick work for the audience.
...to all the coins I've dropped here
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On 2008-10-01 20:57, Ba Ba Booey wrote:
For a Halloween effect, I turn $1 bills into very bloody $1 bills.


Nice!
What are you using for blood? Please tell me it's not the real thing.
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It's the best £20 I have spent!
Yeah, what do you use for blood? Because that's a really cool effect!
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I use Halloween store blood called "Vampire Blood." It comes in a one ounce tube. There are some other types of blood out there, but they tend to be sticky, which isn't good. I put some of this stuff on my fingers and then handle the bills to get finger/thumb prints all over them. It dries in about 5-10 minutes.

You might want to play around with different types of fake blood to see that it isn't sticky after it dries.

I talk about how I found this money in a wallet that had belonged to a murder victim. I know I should have turned it in, but I didn't. The money is cursed, and every time I go to spend it...well, you know what happens.
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Great thinking! Smile
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Nice pushing of the trick's "envelope". Good job.
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Hey guyz,
Does anyone know where I can buy the Extreme gimmick by itself...?
My maid accidentally threw it away, thinking it was just magazine clips - without looking at the other side. -.-
Please! Someone help me with this! I miss this effect. hehe..
Thanks, guyz.
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Nice try, but don't expect it to work. Secrets aren't revealed on the forum, and with just a few posts, most are not likely to reply to you in earnest.
"Now here's the man with the 25 cent hands, that two bit magician..."
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Go to the hardware store.

Jim
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You can buy extras at http://www.sandersfx.com
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Richard sells three extra Extreme Burn gimmicks for $20.
http://www.sandersfx.com/accessories.html
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On 2008-10-02 17:21, Spiderxi wrote:
It's the best £20 I have spent!
Yeah, what do you use for blood? Because that's a really cool effect!
Spider

I learned recently that some of the best blood you can produce is made with clear Karo syrup and red food coloring. It sets up great, and retains a "wet" look, even though it is dry. It looks awesome!
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To those who are inquiring about EB secrets and methods; please don't even ask. Buy the DVD for yourself, it's worth every dollar......... wait a sec... every 20 dollars.......nope single dollars.
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If you have Heiny 500, is it worth also buying this? I think Heiny 500 is great but everyone seems to love Extreme Burn.
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Extreme Burn IMHO beats Hundy 500 and Slow Burn hands down. Cannot compare it to Heiny 500 cause I don't have them
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Another good Halloween ending effect will be printed bills with monster faces in the center.
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Heiny 500 seems more visual and magical than Extreme Burn. I have Heiny 500, but not EB. So if someone has both, can you please comment.

Check out Youtube videos of HEINY 500.
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I've been using Hundy 500 for the past two years, and have made several sets during that time. Now it's time to make a new one. However, I love the look of EB as well (I've got the dvd). Since I've got a nice routine for Hundy, I'm debating whether I should stay with Hundy or make a EB set. The one plus for EB for me is that I can use our Canadian currency, whereas I was stuck with the American currency for Hundy.

On another plus side, with our Canadian dollar the way it is right now, I'll even have a few extra dollars left over when I cash in my American Hundy. Smile

Oh, the dilemmas we face!

Brian
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I've decided to go with EB to see how it works in Canadian money.

I had an interesting experience when taking my old Hundy bills to the bank to exchange them. Because I had been using the set for so long, the outer $100 bill had become so thin along the crease that it tore almost in half when I was removing the glue.

I put some tape on the top half that had torn, and took the money to the bank to exchange them. Bank wouldn't exchange it, saying because it was torn it was no longer usable. I thought she was kidding at first, because I've exchanged such money several times in the past. But she wasn't kidding. I said, "Look, both sides are here; all serials match; and only the top half of the bill was torn, not the whole thing."

Didn't matter to her. She said the bank couldn't accept the money in such condition!

So what am I supposed to do -- take a hundred dollar bill and tear it up and throw it in the garbage? That's just nuts!

So I went to an ATM machine for another one of my banks (I use two for different purposes), and deposited the money into my account, along with the other money from Hundy. Now I'll wait and see if my bank will deduct $100 from my account.

Anyone else experience this with torn money?

Brian
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