DESCRIPTIONThe spectator is randomly selectedNo switch of the paper ballNo stoogesNo secret AssistantsNo pre-showNo fumblingNo sleevingNo electronicsThey can really write down any thoughtThe other envelopes all contain different wordsSpectator opens and reads the prediction herselfPrediction and envelope, both are completely unprepared
An impossible prediction effect
A clear wine glass is seen on a table center stage, containing a black envelope with a prediction. The spectators are asked to concentrate on a single thought, write it down on a card and seal it in an opaque envelope. At your command, they all throw their envelopes onto the stage. A random spectator selects any one of the envelopes (again: NO force!). Let's assume the thought inside reads "ICECREAM". She removes the prediction from the glass and opens it. She reads the prediction out loud: it matches the freely selected thought!
Now for the FINAL kicker: The lady is asked to open up the crumpled paper ball that was used to randomly selected her as a volunteer. It reads: "Tonight, a beautiful lady called Annie will thing of ICECREAM!"
"Brilliant and clever indeed... this gentleman has forged a total masterpiece." - Larry Becker
"I think it's terrific prediction, and I love the final punch-finish. Clever and very practical." - Peter Duffie
"It's perfect. The method is wonderfully simple and direct and I image it plays extremely well. I give it my highest recommendation." - Sean Waters
"Brilliant, yet, simple, the only way to do it." - Marc Salem
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