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 ====== Crazy Man’s Handcuffs ====== ====== Crazy Man’s Handcuffs ======
  
-"Crazy Man’s Handcuffs"​ was invented by Arthur Setterington,​ who published it as "​Getaway"​ in the May 1970 issue of Peter Warlock’s //​[[https://​askalexander.org/​display/​13187/​New+Pentagram+Vol+02/​26|New Pentagram]]//,​ Vol. 2 No. 3, p. 22. It was refined by Herb Zarrow and published as “The Uncanny Penetrating Rubberbands” in //Tarbell Course in Magic Volume 7// (1972, p. 214without credit. (For this information,​ see David Ben's //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​17668/​Zarrow/​295|Zarrow - A Lifetime of Magic]]//, 2008, p. 279.)+"Crazy Man’s Handcuffs"​ was invented by Arthur Setterington,​ who published it as "​Getaway"​ in the May 1970 issue of Peter Warlock’s //​[[https://​askalexander.org/​display/​13187/​New+Pentagram+Vol+02/​26|New Pentagram]]//,​ Vol. 2 No. 3, p. 22. It was refined by Herb Zarrow and published as “The Uncanny Penetrating Rubberbands” in //Tarbell Course in Magic Volume 7//1972, p. 214without credit. (For this information,​ see David Ben's //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​17668/​Zarrow/​295|Zarrow - A Lifetime of Magic]]//, 2008, p. 279.)
  
-In the late 1980s Michael Ammar published it in a manuscript using its now popular name, which was supplied by Daryl.+In 1989, Michael Ammar published it in a manuscript using its now popular name, which was supplied by Daryl.
  
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