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Memory Relapse

by Jay Sankey

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Category: Mentalism
Media Type: Computer DVD
Publisher: Jay Sankey

Product Description

Cause someone to forget a thought just by SNAPPING YOUR FINGERS!

Jay published his original 'Thought Thief' effect over 25 years ago. Then he took the idea to 'the next level' with Memory Lapse (on his '22 Blows to the Head' DVD.)

But now, with 'MEMORY RELAPSE' this mind-bending effect is even easier to do, it never misses, and you can hand out everything to be examined.

Comes complete with envelopes and the special gimmicks, plus an instructional video.

"This trick is ridiculously sneaky."-Rick Tallo

"The very first time I performed Memory Relapse I got the best reaction to any trick I've ever tried. CRAZY. Thanks so much."-Alex Pepper
Date Added: Jul 18th, 2014
MLA SKU: 53c95bfc384ae


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July 26th, 2014 12:04am
Reviewed by Doc Johnson


4 Stars


With a very reasonable retail price, this is something that can be used for very strong magic.

The effect is about causing a participant to temporarily lose a bit of their memory. This is a fascinating topic for audiences because everyone can relate to being able to remember something one minute and having it apparently completely erased from memory the next.

The method is very good and this lends itself to the potential of a very entertaining routines.


This is suitable for close-up, parlor, or stage, amateur or professional performances. It resets easily and is easy to carry around.


I think it is really worth the effort to come up with an entertaining plot using this effect, whether you are doing it casually or in a more formal setting. Here is just one such example that you could either use or model for your own routine.

This routine can be done slightly differently in a casual... [Read More]

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