Steve Shaw (Banacheck) and Richard Osterlind. Watch before he walks over to the second spectator. One spectator is seated and another spectator is stood across the room. Through touching one person, David is able to make the other feel the exact same thing even though they were never touched, and their eyes were closed. And, in a move that’s both cheap from a magic performance perspective and indicative of a guilty conscious on the part of an assailant, he mostly cuts from the video the part where he does the touching. Go back and watch the nose and the chin touches. Next. | Twitter: @SquiDaveo The girl who was touched refused to speak to me for the rest of the night. | Free Fiction Hey, sorry if this post breaks any rules! The next time he speaks is to ask “Have you felt any contact?” He than has her indicate where that contact was on her body. $9.95 + Add to Cart. Everything he’s done since advising her to be super attentive and receptive has happened in absolute silence. this is soo cool!!!. Imagine making an invisible deck of cards become visible, being able to accurately predict and dis In stock. Naw, I take it back: What annoys me most is using a third-rate performance of a first-rate effect to make a jokey pantomime of sexual assault in order to cover up the actual sexual assault you just perpetrated, ’cause it so clearly gets to the heart of what enrages me about the “Lighten up; it’s just a joke!” attitude toward minimizing the crazy-making reality of microagressions: The problem isn’t the stupid joke, but the very real assaults the jokes conceal. David performs this trick on Jamie Foxx and his daughter, Corinne Bishop. The thread is between the magician's hands and the touch happens long before the audience thinks it happens. Watch the video below revealing David’s method, and then re-watch his move on Jamie Foxx. At any rate, here’s an overview of Shaw’s “Psychokinetic Touches” routine: The performer selects a volunteer from the audience, and explains that blah-blah psychic blah-blah ghosts blah-blah From Beyond—and for that reason, he is able to physically touch a receptive individual with nothing more than his mind. You can clearly see that this assumption makes sense. : AVATAR : Track and Field : Konami : 1983 : i got this and have performed it only usually to the inebriated.....it kinda has went into the ol magic black hole in the spare room......i do have a question though when doing this trick are you never paranoid about the time lapse ( i suppose you could call it) has any body any thoughts on this???? They both have their eyes closed. I mean, he isn’t actually touching their boobs while they are defenseless and non-consenting, right? You'll see Here’s the basic schtick: The performer gives his little spiel, then has the volunteer close her eyes. I won’t spoil the whole thing, but SPOILER ALERT!!! I'm not trying to expose anything by giving the name of a trick, but which pk touch or invisible touch is good? OMFG! The second part of the trick is revealed below. Right, now for something serious..."). Will it ever come? As witnesses watch (confirming that Magician never makes contact), he is able to make the subject believe she’s been touched (in this case, that her boobs have been squeezed)—simply by the power of his psychical abilities! The secret to that trick is so fantastically lame—even though it is sort of impressive, simply as a construction project—that you feel cheated knowing it. Now, standing much too far away to conceivably physical reach the volunteer, and in full view of an audience (who can be surrounding the pair on all sides), the performer makes his cooky touch-touch gestures—and low and behold!, the astonished volunteer can confirm that she has been touched(!!!). Lo and behold, she reports being touched in all the right places. Jamie and Corinne were not in on it and had no clue how it was done. Most of the secrets appear in print for the first time. Here is a more benign version of PK Touches, and the tell is more obvious. The ideal performance situation for this depends on spectators: i've got my own version...or rather, dressing to it..involving photos... i disagree with the idea of using strangers tip, the fact that the couple i used were husband and wife made it more impressive, because they both were looking for reassurance from each other, but it wasnt their as each of them knew exactly what they had seen and felt..... yep...strangers all the way for me too... i just bought this, should arrive tomorow... what do people reckon for this being used with an effect like ghost vision beforehand? DrTodd Elite Member Posts: 2196 Joined: Sun Feb 05, 2006 7:44 am Location: East Bergholt. Plus the account of James Randi’s psychic sting operation call (Here’s another vid of the same dude. Magic Secrets Explained - Explanations of magic tricks of famous magicians such as Criss Angel, David Copperfield, Derren Brown and David Blaine. N.B. Revealed: David Blaine’s Impossible, Disappearing Card Trick on Jimmy Kimmel Live. For example, effects that rely on an Elmsley count or Three-of-Clubs Card Force are sorta neat, and if someone shows you how it really works you think “Oh, that’s actually pretty clever.” Meanwhile, when I was a kid David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty disappear on live TV, broadcast nationwide. When I first saw this trick, I could swear Jamie and Corinne were in on the trick. I don’t know but as far as I am concerned it’s a one go wonder, I can’t see me being able to repeat this effect to my circle of F&F.