The Witch of Glastonbury

32.00 usd

Trick by Paul Prater ($24.32 - normally $32.00)

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The Witch of Glastonbury - magic

A story is told about a fortuneteller. As the mage tells his story he illustrates it using old tarot cards. Regardless of the choices made, one always meets death. However death is the better option than who he truly meets in the end. The surprising revelation will leave your audience gasping.

This piece of bizarre magic can be performed quickly or with more of a story depending on your audience. It is a piece that really packs a punch and allows you to focus on storytelling and your audience.

You get three handmade, hand aged and hand cut cards. No three are alike so your set will be unique. You also get a handmade and aged envelope for the cards and an instruction booklet. The 18 page booklet is 5.5" x 8.5" and is full color and saddle stitched. It includes Peter Marucci's original routine, a routine by Paul Prater and one by Christopher Gould.

No difficult sleight of hand, no switches, ends clean!

 

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Chris

The trick is as seen in the promo video, and it's decent enough. I liked it enough to buy it...

My issue is with the props. The advertising states the cards are hand made and hand aged... I have them in front of me right now and they certainly look printed and in no way hand made or hand aged. The blurb says they're also hand cut... I'd suggest they're more "hand trimmed"
Either way, they aren't hand made cards.

It also talks about the envelope being hand made, and it isn't. It's a shop bought envelope that's a little to big for the cards. The only thing that I'd say is hand done is someone has bought a sun/moon stamp from an arts and craft shop and stamped it on the front of the envelope.

Otherwise, the trick is solid enough, its nice to get an instruction booklet with some different ways to perform the routine, it's easy to do, resets nice and quickly.... Its just the props aren't as advertised!

The Witch of Glastonbury by Paul Prater