A trick that's guaranteed to freak them out! Manufactured in America by FUN Inc.
The magician rolls back his sleeve, and starts talking about things like "pain thresholds," "surgical procedures," "incisions," "puncture wounds," and other grisly subjects. What might he be up to?
Then, from his table, the spectators see a gleaming, 9-inch-long needle, glinting in the stage light. "This," the performer says, "is a replica of a traditional voodoo needle, used for the old pin-in-doll routine you've probably heard about. Stick a pin in a doll that looks like your enemy, and supposedly, you'd hurt them at the exact spot the pin was inserted."
Setting the needle back on the table, the magician then cleans off his arm with a towel, and holds it up for all to see. Then, picking up the needle, the magician plunges it into the bare flesh of his forearm! There is no hiding it - the needle has been thrust through the performer's flesh, plain and simple. The cold, hard steel is run back and forth through the wound, which begins to bleed. The spectators let out a collective "Eeeewwww!"
Surprisingly, none of this seems to bother the magician, who continues to patter about "mind over matter." Indeed, even though the blood continues to flow down his arm at a steady rate, the magician seems unconcerned by the situation.
The needle is slowly and deliberately removed from the performer's arm in full view of the audience.
A sterile towel is used to clean off the blood.
Amazingly, his arm is unharmed. Perhaps, despite the pseudo-scientific lecture and the amazingly realistic nature of the demonstration, it was just another cunning dodge - a trick of the imagination, perhaps.
The trick is supplied as a complete kit, and is ready to work right out of the box.
Each Voodoo Needle Through Arm kit includes:
One precision-made needle,
specially formulated stage blood,
the "special something" that makes the trick work,
detailed directions and two bulbs for the needle.
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