Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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 In an unpublished notebook circa 1800, an effect was attributed to a magician named Rees in which a card -- secretly attached to a length of hair -- would slide out of a tabled spread and follow the performer around. Will Houstoun transcribed this anonymous work and published it as //The Notebook//, 2009, p. 23. In an unpublished notebook circa 1800, an effect was attributed to a magician named Rees in which a card -- secretly attached to a length of hair -- would slide out of a tabled spread and follow the performer around. Will Houstoun transcribed this anonymous work and published it as //The Notebook//, 2009, p. 23.
  
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