Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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-====== Ring on Cord (Tied to Wrists) a.k.a. The Slave Bangle ====== 
  
-According to Al Mann, this was invented by Edward T. Goddard and published in an unidentified 1926 magazine see Mann's //[[http://askalexander.org/display/22348/The+Psychic+Ring/13|The Psychic Ring]]//, p. 13). However, this seems unlikely, given "Improved Examined Ring on Cord" in //[[http://askalexander.org/display/40007/Elliott+s+Last+Legacy/267|Elliott's Last Legacy]]//, 1923, p. 265, which is clearly an elaboration on the standard method. Will Avis describes the trick in his "Tricks for All" column in the March 20, 1909, issue of Goldston's //[[http://askalexander.org/display/10744/Magician+Monthly+Vol+05/39|The Magician]]//, p. 43. It is unclear if all the tricks presented in his column were claimed as original, but it seems so. Avis does offer a nice touch, by using a clear glass bracelet. 
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