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Gerald Blankenship
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Good price on this effect for sale here. I was going to purchase but seller did not accept paypal. Instead he wants direct bank transfer of funds. I just won't go for that , I pay PayPal only. Real shame been wanting one of these for a while.
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Hmmm. That sounds sketchy. I'd shy away too.
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Gerald Blankenship
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Mr. Wenger saw I was wanting his original Spirit Bell and contacted me. He stated he will build any effect he has ever produced. So he is going to build me one will be ready next week. What a nice guy he is, very prompt in communication, I am very escited about this.
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As someone who has always admired his work, it's great to hear that his items are still available. His spirit bell is an amazing thing to behold and, some time, I hope to be able to afford one.
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I have a mini-collection of spirit bells and this prop has always been a stand out. It's odd and quirky looking, as if it was designed by a madman, and the fact that it can be assembled by a spectator makes it a formidable magical tool.
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I have never seen any bell like this. I think the quirky look makes it a real deceptive piece. I was led to believe that
it was no longer produced and looked everywhere for one used. Then Mr Wenger got wind of my quest and contacted me and offered to build me one, so I jumped at the chance to own a new one with updated electronics. Really looking forward to recieving it.
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I always like the wegenr style bells as well because it just seems so visually weird. As a spectator, watching a string tighten and pull a bell just seems so weird an spooky, whereas the hanging style bells are creepy in their subtlety this is very visceral to watch and I love them.
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On Nov 12, 2021, dkelten wrote:
I always like the wegenr style bells as well because it just seems so visually weird. As a spectator, watching a string tighten and pull a bell just seems so weird an spooky, whereas the hanging style bells are creepy in their subtlety this is very visceral to watch and I love them.


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Nick has always gone above and beyond to help out and make sure you get 100% what you want built to last, he's a great guy
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