The Spirit Mirror Revisited
By Professor Spellbinder
In 1945, Loring Campbell wrote about an effect
he called a Spirit Mirror that was a direct descendant
of the Spirit Slates used by mediums in sťances in the
1870s. His effect required sand blasting a mirror and did not
catch on with the general magic public, but it intrigued me
enough to remember it, and when technology caught up with the
concept, I was ready to apply it to this effect. These days it is
relatively easy to construct and in this e-Book I show you how.
As an added bonus, I also reveal my Devil's Corner,
which is my own variation that turns a Devil's Hank from
a passive prop to an active one. It is also a useful accomplice
in performing my version of The Spirit Mirror.
My mirror came from the Dollar Store and the
rest was just as inexpensive, but more than a dollar. Loring
Cambell's effect was a glorified card trick, so that's what I'm
illustrating here, but imagine a seance where a photo of the
deceased appears in the mirror instead of a card, and then
vanishes again. That's covered in the e-Book, too!
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