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Lynetta Welch has the best I've ever seen!

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Yes, this is an old thread, but I just now found it.

I have been using Hyrum for 40 years, for that is the only version that was available in Oklahoma City's few brick & morter magic shops.
The first thing that I do when I get a new one is to remove the gimmick and install it into a silk that is NOT bright red & green paisley (or polyester, for that matter). Once installed into a normal looking silk, it works the same and no one knows, upon site of the hank, what it is. I tend to lean toward the pocket silk handkerchiefs who's design are divided into quarters. It makes finding the correct corner much easier during performance.

This is a very deceptive effect. I have literally had people scream and run away when it makes it's first jump. Excellent for Halloween, when the "veil between worlds" is at it's thinnest....
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I’ve used glorpy and hyrum, and I would recommend glorpy: the fabric is slicker than hyrum, and therefore moves more smoothly.
We carry Murphy's Magic, Ellusionist products, Bizarre Magick, etc.
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