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Topic: Richard Osterlind 's "The Daley Slates"
Message: Posted by: Zombie Magic (Mar 1, 2013 09:34PM)
I LOVE the look of these slates. The size ( 5 x 6 inches ) is so appealing for close-up/smaller venues. You get 4 slates and a DVD for $29.95? I was sure it would be $80-$100.

Trailer and specs:

http://osterlindmysteries.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5&products_id=76
Message: Posted by: Magicdahl (Mar 2, 2013 01:58AM)
Just ordered a set of them. Great Deal! Thank's for the heads up Zombie!
Message: Posted by: andykean (Mar 2, 2013 02:21AM)
Me too

So old they are new
Bargain!
Message: Posted by: Richard Doyle (Mar 2, 2013 08:43AM)
Ordered slates and joined Osterlind's new Talk index forum.
Message: Posted by: motown (Mar 2, 2013 08:57AM)
I'm going to have to check this one out in the book.
Message: Posted by: andykean (Mar 13, 2013 01:08AM)
Slates just arrived in New Zealand
Perfectly packaged
Great routine and lots of possibilities
Off to look in the old books for inspiration
Message: Posted by: Relick666 (Apr 4, 2014 04:27PM)
Ordering them for sure. :)
Message: Posted by: Relick666 (Apr 4, 2014 04:46PM)
Ordering them for sure. :)
Message: Posted by: Michael Bilkis (Jan 4, 2015 08:07AM)
I used mine the other day. I started with a the invocation of an angel by a spectator. The angel was named by using an attribute that she wanted to bring into her life. It was written on a small slip of paper which was then ripped up to "release the invitation" The name was revealed on one of the Daley Slates through "Automatic Writing." I cleaned all the slates and a message from the angel manifested on one of the slates.

:angel: :innocent: :cuteangel:
Message: Posted by: Fire Starter (Jan 4, 2015 09:54AM)
I really like the look of these and I have yet to do a slate routne in my Halloween show,the price is good also ,so I will have to invest,any dealers's in the UK have them?.
Message: Posted by: george1953 (Jan 4, 2015 10:38AM)
A great deal at that price, I'm going to order some as soon as I earn some cash. I just love Richards stuff and I am putting together a show for the summer season (may -Oct) in the hope that I will be well enough to work by then.
Message: Posted by: Fire Starter (Jan 4, 2015 12:23PM)
They do look good George and fingers's crossed you can do the show's.
Message: Posted by: george1953 (Jan 4, 2015 12:28PM)
Just have to what the specialist says on the 15th ! Hope he's got a solution.
Message: Posted by: Relick666 (Jan 4, 2015 10:34PM)
[quote]On Jan 4, 2015, george1953 wrote:
A great deal at that price, I'm going to order some as soon as I earn some cash. I just love Richards stuff and I am putting together a show for the summer season (may -Oct) in the hope that I will be well enough to work by then. [/quote]

They're worth it!

Cheers,


Andreu.
Message: Posted by: insight (Jan 4, 2015 11:57PM)
I highly recommend this product!

Regards,
Mike
Message: Posted by: Red Neck Magician (Jun 7, 2015 05:50PM)
Quick question can the daley slates be used as spirit slates?
Message: Posted by: the Sponge (Jun 7, 2015 06:36PM)
[quote]On Jun 7, 2015, Red Neck Magician wrote:
Quick question can the daley slates be used as spirit slates? [/quote]

yes.
Message: Posted by: Barry Gitelson (Aug 2, 2015 06:01PM)
Got these recently and very happy with the product and the quick service from Mr. Osterlind. Took me longer to get some chalk than it did for the slates to arrive. I am doing Ghost Tours part time now and these should fit in perfectly.
Message: Posted by: Barry Gitelson (Aug 3, 2015 02:20AM)
And they worked perfectly at a performance today. Fun. Used them as a lead in to The Thing.
Message: Posted by: Terry Holley (Dec 23, 2015 12:25PM)
I have a question about the handling. Are you able to do the one improtant move with these slates as explained in the original manuscript, or does Richard have another direction to go here. It seemes to me that the size and thickness of the slates would make the original move almost impossible to pull off in a convincing manner. Thank you.
Message: Posted by: Mr Timothy Gray (Dec 24, 2015 05:45AM)
[quote]On Dec 23, 2015, Terry Holley wrote:
I have a question about the handling. Are you able to do the one improtant move with these slates as explained in the original manuscript, or does Richard have another direction to go here. It seemes to me that the size and thickness of the slates would make the original move almost impossible to pull off in a convincing manner. Thank you. [/quote]

Terry,

Nothing is impossible. I love the Daley slates. No gimmicks. All presentation. The more you believe in it, the more your audience will.
Message: Posted by: Terry Holley (Jan 18, 2016 05:03PM)
[quote]On Dec 24, 2015, Mr Timothy Gray wrote:
[quote]On Dec 23, 2015, Terry Holley wrote:
I have a question about the handling. Are you able to do the one improtant move with these slates as explained in the original manuscript, or does Richard have another direction to go here. It seemes to me that the size and thickness of the slates would make the original move almost impossible to pull off in a convincing manner. Thank you. [/quote]

Terry,

Nothing is impossible. I love the Daley slates. No gimmicks. All presentation. The more you believe in it, the more your audience will. [/quote]
Timothy,
Thank you for your response, but it doesn't exactly answer my question. Doug Henning believed that one day people would levitate over Central Park!
Terry
Message: Posted by: Magic McKing (Jan 18, 2016 06:45PM)
Osterlind, done, that's all I need to know!
Message: Posted by: Sven Rygh (Jan 19, 2016 05:14AM)
[quote]On Dec 23, 2015, Terry Holley wrote:
I have a question about the handling. Are you able to do the one improtant move with these slates as explained in the original manuscript, or does Richard have another direction to go here. It seemes to me that the size and thickness of the slates would make the original move almost impossible to pull off in a convincing manner. Thank you. [/quote]

If you practise a bit, you will find it just as easy to do the particular move with these slates as with a deck of cards
Message: Posted by: Terry Holley (Jan 21, 2016 10:30PM)
[quote]On Jan 19, 2016, Sven Rygh wrote:
[quote]On Dec 23, 2015, Terry Holley wrote:
I have a question about the handling. Are you able to do the one improtant move with these slates as explained in the original manuscript, or does Richard have another direction to go here. It seemes to me that the size and thickness of the slates would make the original move almost impossible to pull off in a convincing manner. Thank you. [/quote]

If you practise a bit, you will find it just as easy to do the particular move with these slates as with a deck of cards [/quote]
Thank you for your input.