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Thrilling Magic

by Leonard H. Miller

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Thrilling Magic by Leonard H. Miller
From author's note:
The feats of miracle workers - fire eaters, sword swallowers, barehand spike drivers, etc. - have been proclaimed far and wide, but little has been written in explanation of their feats or otherwise detailing the secrets of performance. These secrets have been jealously guarded by the practitioners of these miracles and they have seen fit to pass them on to only a limited few.
Please note that these stunts are dangerous and involve toxic and otherwise harmful substances. We are offering this ebook for historical and informational purposes. Anybody who experiments with these methods does this on their own risk. Please be careful and fully understand what you are doing.
  • Author's Note
  • Publisher's Note
  • Fire Eating
    • Introduction
    • To Make The Torches
    • How To Eat Fire
    • An Opening Stunt
    • Spouting Flame To Light A Torch
    • Human Volcano
    • Human Blow-Torch
    • Salamander's Dinner
    • Devil's Dessert
    • Eating A Ball Of Fire
    • Chewing Molten Lead
    • Eating Burning Coals
    • Eating Burning Wax
    • Swallowing Burning Oil
    • Magic Flash
    • A Comedy Flash
    • How To Make A Flash Box
    • Eating A Lighted Candle
    • Burn And Yet Not Burn
    • Fireproofing A Hank
    • Fire From Water
    • Fire Eating, Chinese Method
    • Eating Smoke As An Act
    • Cautions For Working With Fire
  • Sword Swallowing
    • Introduction
    • Where To Obtain Swords
    • Preparing The Swords
    • Swallowing The Sword
    • Cutting The Sword The Right Length
    • Cautions
  • Miracles With Spikes
    • Driving A Spike Into The Head
    • Hindu Bed Of Spikes
    • Driving A Spike Into A Plank With The Fist
  • Some Other Miracles
    • Temperature Rising Stunt
    • Human Pincushion
    • Eating Glass
    • Walking Through Fire
1st edition 1959, 30 pages; PDF 28 pages.
word count: 6934 which is equivalent to 27 standard pages of text

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Reviewed by Will Tingle
★★★★   Date Added: Friday 26 February, 2021

Many of the methods in this book are wrong; some of which are outright dangerous.

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