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Thayer's Vanish of a Girl

by William W. Larsen & Ormond McGill
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Thayer's Vanish of a Girl by William W. Larsen & Ormond McGill

With this method, you can cause a girl to vanish from a nightclub floor.

When this was first introduced, Thayer claimed it was the dream of every magician. We agree. It seems impossible. Perform it on a regular nightclub floor. No stage traps, wings, flies or other conveniences that you'd find in a theater environment. That's what makes this illusion seem so utterly convincing. You even invite a committee of spectators (not stooges) to supervise and ensure that all's fair.

The girl enters a box, sitting atop a four-legged table. The box is lifted from the table and falls to the floor, completely flattened. The girl is gone! Spectators look under (or even crawl underneath) the table - there's nothing to find. It's as if the girl suddenly dematerialized into thin air.

Build it yourself from this manuscript of plans using ordinary home workshop tools. Or have a cabinet maker or handyman friend build it for you. No mirrors, black art or other overused methods.

Formerly sold for the equivalent of $15 when first introduced. Now available in this updated edition at a price every magician can afford. For the spook show performer, you can also use this method to make a "ghost" or "spirit" vanish from a casino or nightclub floor. Can also be worked on stage.

"A miracle vanish." - John Braun

1st edition 1944, PDF 21 pages.
word count: 4090 which is equivalent to 16 standard pages of text


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