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Cris Johnson
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I know a few of these have been sold, along with one or two popping up for sale rather quickly.

Anyone care to give any thoughts? I'm considering this for my stage shows. I use Banachek's Touches routine now, but I was thinking of using this for repeat audiences, kind of a different slant for those who have seen me before.

Any thoughts would be appreciated. You can also PM me if you prefer. Thanks!

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Kennyart
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I have mine now for 3 weeks and after some programming it works very good.
The most difficult (not very difficult) thing is the programming of the tool. It takes some time and you have to work veeeerrrry... slooooowly to make it smoothly. After this work you can start your spooky act with accuracy. Your volunteer will feel strange things on his body while you are at a distance. All the touches that you make on the Voodoo Doll will be felt by the volunteer.
You need a good parlor to bring the effect as a real Voodoo Master.
Cris Johnson
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Kennyart,

Thank you for the reply. How about angles and noise considerations? I'm not fishing, just trying to determine what, if any, restrictions there are. I work primarily in school auditoriums, so most of the time I will not have any issues with being surrounded, so Im not worried about right behind me. Also, final question, is the touches felt strong touches? The Real Ghost, for instance, provides such a delicate touch that some specs miss the "touch" completely. I guess that's my biggest concern with Voodoo Touches. Thanks in advance...

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About angels, no problem as long as the volunteer stay away from the backside of the stool. When the pre-programming is done perfectly the noise is no problem.
If not, it is to loud and you may ear some bzzzzz. During the performance the volunteer is blindfolded and he has to concentrate on your voice (story) and instructions. If you have a sound system available you can put some headphones on his ears and he can follow the story and instructions by the headphone.

The tappings are very different than those from "Real Ghost". The volunteer will feel 3 clear tappings on his back shoulder, let's say real touches.
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The angles are a bit more precise than just ''nobody behind you''. You can`t have anyone near the extreme sides either. You need your audience to be able to see only the front of the chair. They must be at a good distance from you if you are to have the crowd stretch out further at the sides of the chair. If they are not so stretched out at the sides of the chair, they can be closer.
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Any more info on this product before I buy, thanks.
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