1996 and 2002 Magic Circle Magician of the Year, Nicholas Einhorn, has broken the mold on Haunted Decks and brought you the impossible!
From a borrowed deck, a card is freely chosen and returned. The deck is isolated on the floor, away from the magician. Under complete control, the deck eerily begins to cut itself to a card in the center. This card literally 'jumps' out, away from the deck and is revealed to be the selection. Everything can be handed out for immediate examination. Automatically resets.
Filmed at The Magic Circle's HQ in London. What better place to reveal a giant secret than within Europe's largest library of magic books? This is the first time Nicholas Einhorn has revealed the secret of spooked on video. It is, without question, a reputation making effect which will be remembered by your spectators for a long, long time! The video covers many subtleties, which can only be developed through thousands of performances. No detail is left uncovered and many updated techniques and tips are included which did not appear in the original and somewhat rare manuscript.
The entire package includes all necessary gimmicks necessary for you to be able to perform Spooked
"This one is not a purchase, it is an investment!" -- Bob Kohler
"Incredible. Better than the haunted deck ever was!" -Ð Bill Malone
"The best trick I've ever seen (and I'm not just saying that because you gave me three!)" Ð- Rich Marotta
"Every time I see you perform 'spooked,' people go crazy!" Ð- Bob Sheets
"The card jumping out of the deck is the most startling piece of magic I've ever seen." Ð- Jack Avis
"I want one! That was beautiful." Ð- Dan Fleshman
"Wow! That's the closest thing to real magic I've seen in a long time." -Ð Milt Larsen
"A quantum leap from "Esoteric"... It's taken the haunted deck way into the 21st Century!" Ð- Simon Lovell
"Watching the deck move on the floor as I stood over it added a whole new and amazing dimension to this classic effect." -Ð Steve Bedwell
"The jumping card is a shocker. spooked is worth your serious consideration." Ð- Michael Close