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Tom Jorgenson
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Who first invented that one, and when did it get mainstream, in the Abbott catalog, etc?

Many thanks for any info you have.
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Moxahalla
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Credit is given to Joe Karson, at least in the Abbott catalog.

I don't have the Karson bio. in front of me to check further.
Tom Jorgenson
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Thanks for the info, I'll chase that one down.
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Leo H
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Lou Lancaster, one of the finest magicians that ever came down the pike claimed to have invented the Twister illusion. This effect is a combination of the Head Twister and The Disembodied Princess.
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