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Clear Perception

by Scott Creasey
$18

(1 review, 4 customer ratings) ★★★★

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Clear Perception by Scott Creasey

The clear force bag has been around for a long time and should be part of any mentalist's arsenal. They come in many shapes and sizes and range in style from the cheap and tacky to the over complex and expensive.

For the first time Scott explains how with basic tools you have at home, you can in about fifteen minutes, easily and cheaply manufacture the clear Zip Lock force bags he has been selling at his lectures for over ten years.

Also included in these 34 pages of photographic instructions are eight full routines suitable for platform or close up and taken from Scott's own working repertoire, effects that utilise either one or two of these bags and which haven't been released in print before now.

Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Manufacturing the force bags
  • Collective Unconscious
  • Numbers "R" Us
  • Zippy's Zip lock
  • Predicting the Past
  • Traffic Lights Revisited (Again)
  • Lottery Madness
  • In the News
  • Musical Interlude
  • Conclusion

1st edition 2012, 34 pages.
word count: 10875 which is equivalent to 43 standard pages of text

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Reviewed by Don Jarrard (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★   Date Added: Saturday 03 September, 2022

Devious idea. Numbers r us is my favorite. Sort of a variation of Room Service or Meir Yedid's Predict perfect instead random 3-digit numbers are chosen and random digits are called out instead of having 9 cards chosen. That speeds up the process. Plus-there is a mind-reading part also. The one using photos and songs are also winners. I am worried about doing the music version on Youtube may end up deleted for copyright violation. The pictures are not too bad as long as you don't sell them. Getty images are 1 source. Highly recommended. The price is better than the $25 to $34 for the imp pad and Mati envelope. I will get those but not yet. Easy to make. Not all Office Max may carry.