Flatline (DVD & Gimmicks) by Jay Sankey

Murphys Magic Supplies INC

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"This is one of the most versatile close-up magic props I've ever created. Everybody wants to examine the marker. Some people laugh. Some are shocked. But it always gets a strong reaction." 
-Jay Sankey 

Comes complete with: 

  • 56-minute instructional DVD
  • Very special Sharpie brand marker (each hand-crafted by world famous magic maker Roy Kueppers)
  • Matching Sharpie brand marker
    The instructional DVD features a variety of presentations with borrowed dollar bills, playing cards, paper napkins, business cards and more! 

    A show-stopping 'Card Stab' routine is also included, with two spectators discovering they are thinking of THE SAME CARD! 

    INCLUDES 5 AMAZING BONUS TRICKS! 

    FLATLINE
     (master dvd order) 

    5 SPECIAL BONUS EFFECTS! 

    1 - REMARKERABLE
    Learn the secrets to 'splitting' one marker into THREE. Looks amazing. Great for close-up and stand-up performances. 

    2 - HOT THOUGHT
    Convince people you have psychic powers by first 'sending a thought,' and then 'receiving a thought.' 

    3 - I.Q.TEST
    After drawing a black dot on a playing card with a marker, for just a few moments the dot becomes a REAL HOLE and the performer can even slip the marker through the hole! To finish, the hole transforms back into a drawn black dot. 

    4 - MAGNETIC
    No matter how hard they try, nobody can remove the cap from the marker! (Perfect for hecklers and know-it-all's.) 

    5 - CAPTAIN CRUNCH
    After a wooden toothpick is closely examined, the magician crunches it between his teeth and swallows it. The toothpick then mysteriously appears in the middle of the pack...stuck through the selected card!  
  • Please note, because each gimmick is hand-crafted, no twolook exactly alike. Some of the squashed ends of the FLATLINE gimmicks are a tinybit rounder, others are a tiny bit flatter, etc.
  • "This might be a simple gimmick but you only have to try it once to get a wow moment." -Paul Romhany, *Reviews Vanish Magazine