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NJJ
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I perform a fun escape-style routine where I appear to vanish from a box then reappear in the crowd. However, I have a client who wants me to throw the box into a pool and then vanish from the pool. As the box I use is of my own design and is quite expensive, I don't want to do this.

Any ideas?
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Have another one made up and bill the customer accordingly. In other words, you might want to charge extra.

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Will you re-appear wet or dry? It could give away your method if not done properly. If your escape is dry, wet down your hair before re-appearing. Abbott's escapes book has plans for a wet crate. Remember, you need weights and holes to sink it as well.

Possibly you should offer a different type of escape instead?

Good luck,
Mike
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I was thinking of a straightjacker escape on the edge of the pool with a rope tied to me and across to the other side of the pool with a winch slowly bringing the rope tight.
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