Starting at the beginning, if you see Psypher performed that you will want to buy it. For me, the
only downside is that it comes supplied with a Dry Erase pen. The Dry Eraseness has nothing to do
with the method but does offer a presentation alternative.
That said, I wasn't comfortable
with using Sharpies in other parts of my performances and then digging out a dry erase pen for this
effect. (I say digging out because it doesn't come with a pocket clip.)
Then along came
this add-on and I am a happy camper who can at times appear to read peoples thoughts.
However, there is a HOWEVER and it can be good or bad news. I think it's mostly good. This
isn't a Sharpie pen. It's a Dry Erase pen disguised to look like a Sharpie. Same deal as in the
first paragraph, it allows you to use an alternate presentation of Psypher. And, having a dry erase
pen disguised to look like a sharpie may provide other uses besides.
There is actually another reason that it is a dry erase marker. I can not say here as it will reveal a little about the marker, but if you email me at Chris.firstname.lastname@example.org I can certainly explain the need for it to be dry erase.
The added effect was actually a bonus to the fact that it's basically a need for a dry erase marker. It can be used with a normal Sharpie, though the writing looks HORRID and almost always brings notice to the method