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999-0334Frozen Complete SetRM  200.00
Weight: 500 grams
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D-0334Frozen DVDRM  120.00
Weight: 200 grams
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                                            A new realm of magic enters out of the cold

The demo Adam Grace put on his own web site three years ago drew hundreds of emails. It showed Adam using the energy from his body to visually freeze a quarter and make it engulf with white frost.

Adam then built the effect with Ellusionist to make this new effect practical.

Three years later the hard work was rewarded.


 
  • Gimmick can find from a hardware store
  • Set up in 30 seconds for performance
  • Perform sleeveless
  • Must be at least 18 to purchase
 

Ask a spectator to wrap his own quarter in a plain napkin you give him. The magician doesn't touch either the napkin or coin until the spectator finally hands it to the magician to demonstrate the freezing. The napkin helps protect from the cold that will occur. [Note: there are no chemicals on the napkin and none in the magician's mouth or on his hands

Summoning a change in his body temperature, the magician begins to blow freezing air onto the napkin, causing the napkin to become ice cold. He unwraps the quarter and, leaving it sitting by itself on the napkin, without even touching it, he blows on the coin.

The quarter frosts over white and freezes visually. When picked up by a spectator the coin is bitter cold and still white from frost.

Frozen was generated by the mind of Adam Grace. It is workable and practical. Our team noted that in every street performance the spectators had no answer except that Adam must have really changed his body temperature.

         




"...falls into an often-claimed, but rarely attained category called: what real magic would look like."
Goudinov - Ellusionist Forum Moderator

" Visually stunning, extremely so .... and I've seen it all - or thought I had.''
- David Smith - Ellusionist Forum Elite Member