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Has anyone had a good enough chance to look at this to give some form of review? It sounds like it has methods for several of his individually marketed tricks in it (Volition, Die-abolical etc.) which I'm assuming adds to the value?

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A Bess and Harry Houdini story is told about how, after Houdini’s death, Bess continually tried to communicate with him. The performer then seems to prove that apparently she was successful.

Four different coloured (American dollar) coins are secretly mixed , unseen, inside a purse, by a spectator, who then, without looking, freely selects one, which the performer proves he had predicted.

Clear Cut
A clear piece of laminate is examined by a spectator, who selects a card, which is lost in the deck. His card is finally found sealed in the piece of laminate.

A hotel room key card is found to be printed with a spectator’s random choice of an imaginary holiday destination, hotel and room number.

Dated Destination
A spectator freely chooses a date, month and a destination for an imaginary holiday and the performer reveals all three choices without a single question being asked.

From among six different coins, a spectator chooses one in a very fair manner and discovers it has been predicted by the performer.

A complete deck of cards is shuffled; a card is freely chosen then signed by the spectator and lost in the deck. Two Jokers are then thrust face up into the deck and actually sandwich the spectator’s chosen card.

A spectator freely chooses one of five different ESP symbols, which is then shown, in no uncertain terms, to have been predicted by the performer.

A spectator randomly chooses five cards, and even though the performer is turned away, he still manages to correctly name all five cards.

A Joker, put inside a sealed bag, transposes with a spectator’s signed card lost in the deck.

A spectator, unaware what is written on three printed cards (highlighting three different locations) matches them to those specific locations.

Shell ’n’ Shuttle
Three coins vanish from the performer’s hand, only to separately appear inside a previously empty purse, left in full view of the audience.

Two special cards (Jokers) banded together and sealed inside a card case, are later found to be subsequently signed, free selections by two spectators.

Movie Mental
Four spectators each merely think of a movie from a selection of movie post cards. The performer discerns which spectator thought of which movie.

A spectator selects one of five different ESP cards and the performer discovers it in a very surprising manner.

Die-Abolical! V5
A spectator randomly chooses one of six dice, yet the performer proves to have predicted the one chosen.

Sense of Touch
A spectator hides five different ESP cards in separate envelopes while the performer turns away, yet the performer identifies which ESP symbol is where.

Triple Divination
The performer turns away and a spectator places three different coins, of the same size and weight, into three of the performers’s pockets. Without any questions being asked, the performer reveals which coin is in which pocket.

Parisienne Walkways
The performer relates a story of coup de foudre as the French say (love at first sight) in a foreign city, which a spectator chooses. The performer reveals the city in a fleeting but very mysterious fashion.

The Dr Jaks Miracle!
Under challenge-type conditions, a spectator’s freely chosen card is replaced in the deck by the spectator, while the performer turns away; the deck is cased and played inside two envelopes, yet the performer reveals the card.

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