Contemporary Handkerchief Magic - Part One
Contemporary Handkerchief Magic - Part One
written by Karl Fulves
1987
Work of Karl Fulves
30 pages (Stapled), Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings by Joseph K. Schmidt
Language: English
(12 entries)
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Karl Fulves Introduction 1
Karl Fulves Helium glass covered with silk, pen or other items pushed in glass with silk shoot out again 2
Karl Fulves Liquid to Silk red silk arranged in glass to look like red juice 3
Ken Allen Glass Suspension knife poked into handkerchief-covered glass causes glass to suspend on knife 4
Karl Fulves Bouncing Ball ball bounces by itself behind silk cover into glass, posed as problem 6
Karl Fulves Fish Story 2 silks knotted together and ends kept in view, ring penetrates on center 7
Unknown Twist Away Knot 12
Karl Fulves Jinx Deck a red ace rises through handkerchief covered deck, then deck drops out leaving other red ace behind inspired by "Through the Hank" (Martin Gardner, 1938) 13
Karl Fulves Holdup valuables vanish from folded handkerchief (ungaffed) and appear from paper bag see also "It's a Hold-Up!" (Alan Shaxon & Oswald Rae, 1970) 19
Karl Fulves Sigma Ring bracelet ring penetrates onto string with knotted ends 22
Karl Fulves Half Thru pen penetrates borrowed handkerchief and is stuck halfway through 25
Karl Fulves Exit Coin marked coin penetrates down and up through handkerchief 28