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The Origins of Wonder

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 Slydini'​s version of the Torn-and-Restored Newspaper was actually the Al Baker method with an extra piece of paper added to the back, so that both sides could be shown, an idea used by Leon McGuire years before Ken Allen marketed the trick under Slydini'​s name. According to Jay Marshall, Slydini never did the trick as described. (See //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​25361/​MAGIC+MAGAZINE+VOL+14+No+7+12/​461|MAGIC]]//,​ Vol. 14 No. 10, June 2005, p. 59.) Slydini'​s version of the Torn-and-Restored Newspaper was actually the Al Baker method with an extra piece of paper added to the back, so that both sides could be shown, an idea used by Leon McGuire years before Ken Allen marketed the trick under Slydini'​s name. According to Jay Marshall, Slydini never did the trick as described. (See //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​25361/​MAGIC+MAGAZINE+VOL+14+No+7+12/​461|MAGIC]]//,​ Vol. 14 No. 10, June 2005, p. 59.)
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 +See also [[paper:​torn-and-restored_magazine_cover|Torn-and-Restored Magazine Cover]].
  
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