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mental:confabulation [2016/10/12 00:28]
stephenminch Corrected Shaxon date AGAIN!
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|====== Confabulation ======||====== Confabulation ======|
|-||The starting point of the multiple-prediction effect best known as "||+||The starting point of the multiple-prediction effect best known as "|
|-||James returned to the idea in an article, "Two Fearless Feats" (the first trick of which was later retitled ||+||Stewart |
|-||George Grimmond came up with “Triple Forecast” c. 1947. It was released ||+||Shortly after this James item appeared, Theodore Annemann published "A Prophecy of the Koran" |
|-||In 1948, Al Koran reinvented the use of a wallet as the container for his triple prediction, contributed to //||+||James returned to the trick, essentially repeating his method from //The Sphinx//, in an article, "Two Fearless Feats" (the first trick of which was later retitled “The Ball of Fortune”),|
|+||Though he cites no precedents, William S. Houghton embellished on Annemann'|
|+||George Grimmond came up with “Triple Forecast” c. 1947. It was released in early 1951 by Harry Stanley’s Unique Magic Studio (see //|
|+||In 1948, Al Koran changed |
|Specifically inspired by Grimmond'||Specifically inspired by Grimmond'|