PsyConFabulous by Sean Taylor

PsyConFabulous by Sean Taylor

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Sean Taylor – PsyConFabulous

Imagine this. A red balloon hangs in full view on stage. A red beach ball is thrown in the audience, selecting 5 members at random. Each is asked for a lottery number. The numbers are recorded in black marker on a large piece of cardboard which is handed to an audience volunteer. The balloon is burst to reveal a lottery ticket hanging in full view. The lottery ‘ticket’ is handed to a 2nd volunteer. He opens the ticket and written clearly in large red writing are the exact 5 numbers.

 

Your prediction could be a DREAM DATE, A CAR, A HOLIDAY, in fact almost anything which matches the theme of your event or the products and services of your client.

 

Alan Shaxon’s Confabulation is truly a masterpiece of mental magic. Direct, Straightforward and very magical. Sean Taylor has performed countless variations of the effect professionally over more than 25 years. WithPsyConFabulous, he presents a highly commercial, visual and fun version which is adaptable to many themes. Nothing is left out. You get numerous handlings, hints, ideas, routines, variations and tips. This is a collection of ideas from Shaxon, John Riggs, Richard Paddon, Bob Ostin, Ron Wilson, Edward De’Ath, Dave Everett, Tommy Wonder, Alexander DeCova and Taylor himself.

 

PCF is 100% commercial and ready to go straight into your act!

PCF can be put together for under $20 and will play on any stage!

PCF is very easy to perform!It requires NO forcing, NO stooges, NO clumsy or suspicious double writing, NO carbon and NO nail writer. The predictions are big and bold and could be kept as a souvenir.

PLEASE NOTE: This item is a digital download ,Gimmick not included

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