ANSWERS TO 10 CLASSIC MAGIC TRICKS
Watching magicians doing amazing tricks is always loved! But have you ever wondered how they do those dangerous tasks? Not everyone who love the thrills, but few may really want to know how such classical magic tricks are made live? Well, we are here to put a full stop to all such questions, and have compiled a list of answers to best 10 magic tricks.
In this act, a woman is laid on a board which is held by a metal rod. The magician places himself at a perfect angle that hides the rod. This is how well the magic trick is executed.
Cutting A Person in Half
The person who was supposed to be cut is placed in a box. Then the body is tucked in such a manner with the box that it has given an illusion that it is being cut into two pieces. And when the model moves, fake feet are attached to the end making it look as if it has been joined again.
This act is fundamentally same as that of levitation but the only difference is that the magician does not stand in the front for support. He passes a hoop over the model going as far as the support allows, creating an illusion that the body is floating high in the air.
Man Sitting In The Air
This street performer is sitting on a metal seat that is attached to a rod and a platform that is actually hidden by a carpet.
One of the most classic tricks I have ever seen! In this act, one assistant is already concealed in the box before starting the trick and when the other assistant enters the box, the one already in puts her legs out while the other shows her upper body only. When the blade goes inside the box separating it into two pieces, it appears as if the lady is cut into two halves.
Michael Jackson Dance Trick
This dance move is substantially more straightforward than you thought! In this act, a section of the groove in the shoes catches a lift. When you lean past your focal point of gravity, you can come back to an upright position without falling over!
The Statue Of Liberty Disappeared
David Copperfield is known for his incredible disappearing acts and the one that has baffled many is when the magician made the Statue of Liberty disperse. Actually, during this act, the audience and pillars next to the statue were on a rotating platform and when the audience was moved, the statue was actually out of the view but they didn't know they had been moved.
This act is similar to cutting a body in half, but this trick requires two people. A band is placed in between two people, holding one on the table and hiding other. And, when the blade comes down between the two, it gives an impression that if it is sawing the one in half.
Criss Angel Levitation
Just similar to a floating man trick, Criss Angel used a hidden leg in this act to step onto for his levitation trick. He stepped out of his shoe and onto the leg to make it appear as if he was floating with both feet in the air.
In this act, the top of the guillotine is real, even the sharp blade but the lower half is actually a compartment joined so that when the blade drops, it hits the little blocks keeping the person safe from actually being beheaded. There is one trap door also that lets the person's head and shoulders drop and the shell in their coat makes it look like the body is still there — without a head.
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