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Sorry Alan, I’ll be taking mine to the grave with me....and I’m not kidding. When Lebanon Circle is back up and running I’m sure that Dan will have them available again.

I’ve never experienced second half flop with my RCGK (or anything else to be honest) It turns perfectly smoothly the whole way through. Prof B.C. designed it that way.

The late Raymond Carlyle had a great teaching video available for any haunted key but sadly his website seems to have gone now. You could try using Wayback Machine to find it.

I combined the Carlyle method with the RCGK I still freak myself out and start giggling when practicing it sometimes. I can get it to turn on the specs hands so well that I have to be ready to catch it when they drop it. And as Seth says the real sucker punch is that when you don’t want it to turn there is absolutely no chance that it will.
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The website is still live.
Someone else has taken over.
Try this link for the contact info.
https://www.carlyletouch.com/Contact_Carlyle.html.html
by EVILDAN....
"The Coin Board Book" - moves and routines with the coin panel board. - http://www.lybrary.com/the-coin-board-book-p-827955.html
"SLASHER - A Horror Whodunnit" - a bizarre close-up routine based on Bob Neale's "Sole Survivor."
PM me for more info.
"Zombie Town" - a packet effect about how a small town turned into zombies. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nzJhcoJtyOM
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Thanks Evil Dan
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I got my RCGK last week and enjoy watching it turn in my hand. Can't wait to have a spec try it out. I am going to perform this on Halloween for a small party I am having for a few friends. I have a very spooky story and will use the Houdini version. Where the key will only turn when you are alone. So when someone volunteers you walk them back a few steps and turn them around facing away from the rest. Then once again when the key is placed on the table I am going to have the key go back into the box by itself. Hands are shown. Stepping away from the table and then this will happen. This is just a concept and not an actual performance so please excuse the quality. I'll film a proper video soon...
https://youtu.be/AJtbT1oEq00
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That looks great webtech! Very abrupt and almost violent, like the key should never have been out of the box in the first place.
Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.
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That's a lovely action webtech, especially the slight spin that it does.
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On Sep 28, 2020, Bogbadger wrote:
That's a lovely action webtech, especially the slight spin that it does.

I think so too. Should be a good finisher for the end of the performance to add that extra scare.
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On Sep 28, 2020, Bogbadger wrote:
That's a lovely action webtech, especially the slight spin that it does.

Thanks. Totally by accident but it can be repeated that way.
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On Sep 28, 2020, Wizard of Oz wrote:
That looks great webtech! Very abrupt and almost violent, like the key should never have been out of the box in the first place.

Thanks. I agree. I wanted to make it look that way. So that seems like the way to go with it. Should be a good scare at the end.
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Very fine, webtech. Nice thinking. Have a good performance this Hallowe'en and enjoy!

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On Sep 29, 2020, PROF BC wrote:
Very fine, webtech. Nice thinking. Have a good performance this Hallowe'en and enjoy!

BC

Thank you Prof BC. I love this RCGK. I have so many ideas going through my mind to do with key. Sending you a PM.
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Webtech that looks awesome! Perfect ending for a spooky Halloween effect!
Now if I could just figure out how you did it! Smile
LOL j/k
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Pretty cool. I don't know if it's your method but I have one for it. Do I have your blessing to use it? (I'm at the point in most performances of Bizarre Magick that "Less is More" = Boring. "More is More" = Entertainment ) There are exceptions of course. Just my own opinion. More is better if you want 2 g.t.f.m.
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I love the mantra "more is more."

I don't consider webtech's bit so much "more" as it is the perfect "finale."

;)
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