As usual with Grant instructions, they leave a lot to the imagination and "know-how" of the magician. However, the method was a clever one, simple but very effective. Ken de Courcy has taken the original instructions and added to them his own presentation points, and not only that, his improvements and various novel dressings which lift the effect up and turn it into acceptable modern entertainment.
In the original effect, a committee was invited on the stage to examine a solid steel plate. Then circular drawstring curtains were placed at the front and the rear, the magician walked behind the screen, his hands were seen over the top of the curtain and then suddenly he was gone and he was on the other side. Ken has added a lot of novel touches to the presentation. People change places, pass through a key-hole, a girl is produced, there's even one with a camel passing through the eye of a needle.
1st edition 1983, 12 pages; PDF 12 pages.
word count: 2985 which is equivalent to 11 standard pages of text