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Liquid from Newspaper - Complete (E-ZX)
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Liquid from Newspaper - Complete (E-ZX)
Liquid from Newspaper - Complete (E-ZX)
Item #: 19405 (M11-2-3)
Unit: Each

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The performer displays a folded newspaper, opens it out, and thumbs through the pages. A glass of water or other liquid is poured into the folds of the newspaper, and magically stays suspended in the paper. The newspaper is turned right around, with no trace of the liquid. Finally, the liquid is poured back from the paper into the glass. We supply you the specially prepared tabloid size newspaper ready to use, with complete instructions.


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Liquid is poured into the newspaper, goes nowhere, and then returns 
to the glass.