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Spirit Card on Mirror -- image appears on signed mirror


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The weird part about this is that the spectator signs the mirror with Listo marking pencil, and the image of their chosen card appears UNDER their signature...

A mirror is shown to be "normal" and free of images (other than what it reflects, of course).   Spectator signs the face of the mirror.    A card is selected, and when the mirror is shown again, the image of the selected card is on the mirror and the spectator's signature is still there.

Stronger than the typical spirit slate routine, and the mirror seems a bit more like an everyday item than a small slate.   Takes some practice to ditch the gimmick, but the effect's impact is worth it! (If you know the classic Johnson effect Impress-X, this works a little bit like that.    I have modified the gimmick a bit on mine to be more like Impress-X gimmick, which makes it much easier. Happy to explain to the buyer!)     Mirror is about 3"x4.5" in size.

No longer available, this item is now hard to find.  Your search is over, because you can get it here!    New and unused, with instructions.

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