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jimturnpaugh
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Your bio gives a brief history of your beginnings in magic. Can you tell us more about how you got interested in magic and what lead you to that first magic shop?
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Hi Jim,

I first got interested in magic like many kids, my uncle did magic for me like the paddle trick, ball and vase and even a miniature die box. One summer at the age of ten I broke my right arm and couldn't play baseball so I got out my uncles magic kit that he gave me. I learned a lot of sleights with my left hand like multiplying balls and one hand cut with a deck. He also had Royal Road and that was my first book. At about the age of twelve I went to Gene Gordons magic shop and was buying the typical box tricks. I belonged to the Junior Ring that had meetings there. One Saturday we had a special lecture Eddie Fechter. I was so amazed to see all the magic he could do with a deck of cards and a few quarters. After that experience I never bought another box trick only books and practiced cards and coins. It wasn't till I was in my 20's that I got to meet and know Eddie.
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