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daffydoug
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Elmwood is apparently putting this on the market, however I remember years and years ago, Doug Henning put it out a s a promotional thing, and called it his "magical Hexaflexagon."

Anybody remember that, or am I THAT old??

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNp6zN5RM......ture=sub
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Jonathan Townsend
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? it came with the LP of The Magic Show.

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I think it appropriate that this magic effect is in the 'Not very magical' section.
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daffydoug
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It's good to know that I'm not the only one who remembers that. I think you're right. It did come with the album. I had forgotten where I had obtained it.

I did purchase the album though. Ahhhhhhhhh! Good old vinyl!


My copy got all scratchy sounding, though.
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I bought mine from Dan Harlen about 15 years ago. Not sure who put it out first but I remeber him saying the instructions for making them was in print several places.
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We carried these at a magic shop I worked during the 1980's, so they were definitely available outside the Henning Magic Show albums.

Somewhere here I have a booklet on how to make them, but here is a link among many found by a simple Google search.

http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-a-hexaflexagon/
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