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Best Tricks with Slates

by Peter Warlock
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Best Tricks with Slates by Peter Warlock

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A wonderful ebook explaining all the best slate tricks and effects, by Peter Warlock, who has used slate tricks in his programs for many years. Covers the manipulation of unprepared slates, the use of the flap, various mechanical slates and aids, little know methods of fake mediums, chemical writing and many other methods that are as effective as they are unique.
  • Section One: Wherein The Operator, Using Ordinary Slates, Obtains Writing On One Of The Slates
    • Jardine Ellis Routine
    • Routine With Two Slates
    • Maro's Routine
    • Blank On Both Sides
    • Edward Victor's Routine
  • Section Two: Methods Of Obtaining Writing On A Slate Or Slates By The Use Of A Flap Or Flaps
    • Getting Rid Of The Flap
    • Getting Rid Of Flap
    • The Locking Flap
    • Effects With The Flap Slate
    • A New Slant On A Slate Theme
    • Second Method With Envelope
    • Slate Of Thought
    • The Ghost Of Little Willie
    • Cohesive Colors
    • The Famous Mathematician
    • Fred Hocking's Slate Mystery
  • Section Three: Methods Of Obtaining Writing On A Slate By Chemical Means
    • Question And Answer
  • Section Four: Methods For Obtaining Messages, Not Covered By The Previous Sections
    • J. F. Orrin's Method
    • The Chalk Thumb-Tip
    • Max Holden's Method
    • Verrall Wass' Method
    • Woodhouse Pitman's Method
    • Methods Of Pseudo Mediums
    • Comedy Type Method
    • One Other Method
  • Section Five: The Use Of The Slate As An Auxiliary
    • The Secreting Of Information
    • The Conveyance Of Information To An Assistant By Means Of A Slate
    • III The Slate As A Cover For Billet Reading
    • IV The Use Of A Slate As A Drawing Board
    • A Second Routine
    • A Third Routine
    • The Slate As A Means For Switching Billets
  • Bibliography

1st edition 1942, 65 pages; PDF 57 pages.
word count: 25310 which is equivalent to 101 standard pages of text

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