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Message: Posted by: Bobcape (Dec 11, 2002 02:55PM)
I'm considering buying Whit Haydn's Killer Epic routine. It reads wonderful and if it is half as good as his Teleportation Device I'll be happy. Has anyone got any hands-on experience with it? You can read the description at http://hocus-pocus.com/ Any input will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Message: Posted by: Hunter (Dec 11, 2002 04:32PM)
From the ad description, this effect appears to be a combination of several long, well known effects. The price appears high if that is the case. However, its all in the eye of the beholder and you get what you pay for. Whit's routining and well made equipment are worth a lot if the effect is new to you and your audience.
Message: Posted by: Steve Hook (Dec 11, 2002 04:47PM)
Does anyone have the hands-on experience Bob is looking for? I'm curious, too.

Steve H
Message: Posted by: Bobcape (Dec 12, 2002 10:20AM)
I spoke at length with Whit on the phone last night. I recently did my first performances using his Teleportation Device and I am interested in adding his Killer Epic. From our conversation I have decided to buy KE. There are some unique differences between KE and most ME routines. I'll post a review after I have a little experience with it. Bob :happyxmas:
Message: Posted by: London (Dec 13, 2002 08:59AM)
U F Grant told how to do one using a sketch book and paper clips. You can do the exact same things as you can do with mental or killer epics. It looks like objects your audience has actually seen before and it only cost the price of a sketch book and paper clips. And at the end you rip the page out, give it to them and they have something to remember.
Message: Posted by: scottr (Dec 15, 2002 10:36AM)

Curious, could you pass along the name of U F Grant book that has this effect described?