Illusion Warehouse Magic Tricks

Brick and mortar magic shop for magic tricks, stage illusions and theatrical special effects.
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The magician displays two glasses. One of the glasses is empty and the other is full of milk. The magician covers the empty glass with a paper tube. Next he places a small square piece of solid plastic over the top of the glass. Lastly, he stacks the glass of milk on top of the plastic square. Visibly, the audience begins to see the milk in the upper exposed glass gradually empty itself until only a small amount of liquid remains in the glass. The upper emptied glass is removed, the plastic sheet is picked up and shown again to be solid, the paper tube is removed from the lower glass, and the missing milk is now in this lower glass! A surprising visual magic trick by Arthur Hambling that is rarely seen!

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