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Topic: Setting up your home?
Message: Posted by: tangle (May 2, 2009 12:22PM)
Reading vo du magick has got me wondering about different ways to set up my house for apparently impromptu mysteries.
also there could be curiosity inspiring objects as lead ins for effects.
ive been thinking of different ways to set up it for pk stuff randomly happening across the room.
do seance books talk about this stuff?
could anyone recommend any non-tacky magnetic anti-grav curios or the like?
who is already doing this?
Message: Posted by: JAlenS (May 2, 2009 10:56PM)
Here you go.

Message: Posted by: chmara (May 3, 2009 12:41AM)
House of Mystery -- Miracle Factory. By Todd Karr and Teller......

I have my front room set for "Egyptian Seance" with Ouija Boards - etc.
Message: Posted by: Clifford the Red (May 3, 2009 03:07AM)
I keep a few book boxes around the living room to bring and show things - good for those pesky religious people knocking at the door. "I'll let you show me yours but I have something I want to show you first. You'll LOVE IT!" :devilish:
Message: Posted by: Rick Maue (May 3, 2009 10:17AM)
Or you could go completely over the top like we did for almost two decades with The Haunted Chamber. Basically our standard tour lasted twenty to thirty minutes, but other evenings were much longer with complete seances.

Yeah, The Chamber is basically gone now (one room is still intact), but it lasted quite a long time, and it certainly was a great place to create/hone new material--especially since it was there every day of the year. In fact, many of the routines in my Book of HauntedMagick were created and/or developed at The Chamber--including Terasabos.

The following link is almost ten years old, so I apologize for the technical quality, but for those that know nothing of The Chamber, here is small sample:


Keep the change,
Message: Posted by: JAlenS (May 3, 2009 03:18PM)
Oh man, how could I have overlooked The Book of Haunted Magick. It's most likely exactly what you are looking for tangle.
Message: Posted by: tangle (May 3, 2009 09:34PM)
Thanks guys, some great leads, I gotta be ready for the preachers! lol
Message: Posted by: spatrick (May 4, 2009 09:31AM)
I was lucky enough to be a guest at the home of Eddie Adams during my early years. Eddie's house is rigged so that from behind the bar Eddie can make the grandfather clock chime, the chandelier spin, and a side panel in the wall open up.

I am not sure if the house is still there due to the fact that is is in downtown New Orleans and I am not sure how hurricane Katrina affected his area.

S. Patrick
Message: Posted by: tangle (May 4, 2009 01:43PM)
Now that's what I'm talking about!