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Alien Autopsy

by Jim Pace & Steve Dobson

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(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

Four different coloured alien faces appear and disappear one at a time between pictures of earth and space. Then, with a wave of the hand, the four cards with the aliens change to four "green immigration cards" - then they immediately and magically change into the aliens again this time all four at once! For the finale, all four cards are shown to have changed into photographs of the famous "alien autopsy." Comes complete with full color laminated cards and detailed instructions. Very nice, resets instantly, perfect for table hopping and very entertaining.
Date Added: Jan 30th, 2004


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February 4th, 2004 6:13pm
Reviewed by Richard Mendez
This effect is the definitive packet card trick and appears to spectators exactly as described! I carry this one with me at all times always ready to slay lay audiences wherever I go. Very well produced with beautiful graphic artwork and clear, concise instructions. Cards are laminated for durability and should last a lifetime. Four face changes from only two sides! Even includes poetic patter for recital during your performance. A great buy!
December 18th, 2007 8:04pm
Reviewed by Clyde D. Nimal
I, too, carry this trick around everywhere I go. It really impresses people when I do it and it really is a fun trick to do for other people.

Unfortunately, I do have two small pet peeves about this trick.

The first pet peeve, ironically, concerns the very fact that the cards are laminated. I find that the cards, especially if you're carrying them around in your pocket, have a tendency to stick together. You must be sure to take the cards out of their little wallet and privately check to make sure that the cards aren't sticking together. I usually find that it only takes a minute or so to get them performance ready. Learning how to do the Elmsley count with these cards was a little bit tricky, but mastering it was just a matter of a little bit more practice to make it smooth.

The other pet peeve concerned the poetic patter that came with the trick. I actually ended up throwing out the original patter in favor of my own. Not only did this make the trick easier for me to... [Read More]

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