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I double checked on the one available from Daytona magic and it is 3" inches diameter, not 3.5".

In looking at the ball it appears to be a christmas tree ornament with a m _ _ _ _ _ glued to it on the inside. The gimmick also has one of those same items on the end of it.
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The website for Morrissey Magic is:

"It´s kind of fun to do the impossible". Walt Disney
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You might want to take mime classes. It will help fill anyone in on more moves. "Al Schneider On Zombie" book explains a lot about reshaping the gimmick.
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My vote has got to go with Tommy Wonder. Timmy truely made the zombie into what it really is supposed to be.... the effortless floating of a ball by magic.

His gimmick is marvelous and very creatove in thinking and really is so logical in design. It is amazing how this simple idea can really change the appearance of this effect as much as it has.

Please PM me if you would like a more detailed explanation of Tommy's zombie gimmick and how it makes a zombie routine look more natural.
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