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The Origins of Wonder

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 ====== Man Who Was Not There, The ====== ====== Man Who Was Not There, The ======
  
-Tony Shiels'​s first contribution to Bascom Jones'​s //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​13644/​Magick+No+079+104/​40|Magick]]//​ (No. 86, October 19, 1973, p. 427), in which the magician ​disappears ​from a Polaroid photo taken by a reporter and posted to himself. The secret was addressing the envelope with disappearing ink and immediately posting a duplicate envelope with second photo. It is mentioned that "the method is simply an extension of George Arrowsmith'​s clever '​Remote Control Vanish'​."​ The actual title is "​Vanishing by Remote Control",​ and the effect was published in the Dec. 13, 1958 issue of //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​18462/​Abracadabra+Vol+26/​425|Abra]]//​ (Vol. 26No. 672, p. 339). The solution appeared in the following week's issue (No. 673, p. 360). The method was, again, disappearing ink. The effect was the vanish of several stamps sealed inside a posted envelope.+This was Tony Shiels'​s first contribution to Bascom Jones'​s //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​13644/​Magick+No+079+104/​40|Magick]]//​ (No. 86, October 19, 1973, p. 427). The effect is that of the magician ​disappearing ​from a Polaroid photo taken by a reporter and posted to himself. The secret was addressing the envelope with disappearing ink and immediately posting a duplicate envelope with second photo. It is mentioned that "the method is simply an extension of George Arrowsmith'​s clever '​Remote Control Vanish'​."​ The actual title is "​Vanishing by Remote Control",​ and the effect was published in the Dec. 13, 1958 issue of //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​18462/​Abracadabra+Vol+26/​425|Abra]]//​ (Vol. 26 No. 672, p. 339). The solution appeared in the following week's issue (No. 673, p. 360). The method was, again, disappearing ink. The effect was the vanish of several stamps sealed inside a posted envelope.
  
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