A cute, or potentially spooky, packet effect that could play well for audiences of both adults or kids. From Bob Solari, it features four cards with a neat Fleur de Lis back design. The four cards are shown to be blank on the faces, and one is places between the spectators palms. The other three blank cards are then shown to have a bat on the the face. The three bat cards then change into Vampire cards. The vampires vanish, leaving just blanks again, but the evidence of their presence remains -- when the spectator looks at the card she holds, she finds it has two bloody fang marks. When she looks more closely, she sees the fang bites are actual HOLES in the card.
The funny climax comes when the spectators look up from the holes in the card, and see the magician smiling with FANGS in his mouth. (That last part is optional, but Solari felt so strongly that everyone should end that way, that he included a set of plastic fangs along with the card trick.)
No difficult moves, and in fact, experienced card workers will probably want to work up their own handlings. The handling Solari gives is effective, but I found myself making up other options and handlings after I started playing with this interesting set of cards.
Brand new, with cards, fangs, instructions and vinyl carrying wallet.