Greg's new book is jam-packed with powerful, impactful and easy-to-perform mentalism routines designed to be highly useable and commercial. Within these pages of "Lost In Thought" you'll discover:
Sticky Pop - The whole audience decides on one card - no force - and that card is inside a balloon that has been visible throughout the routine. No equivoque. It uses a very sneaky method.
Add Sense - A spectator decides on one of many newspapers then tears down to one piece on any of the pages and you tell him what's on that piece. You are nowhere near the spectator and the paper is not gimmicked in any way. This is remote viewing at its best.
Hypno-Math - You are able to not only remove a piece of memory from a spectator, but change what he now remembers.
Pinhead's Roulette - The audience chooses 9 of 10 paper bags for you to smash - no force - yet the last bag contains a very menacing spike ball that would have impaled you if you had smashed that bag. Absolutely idiot-proof roulette. Look dangerous, but is very safe.
The _____ Book - A new book test that you can make yourself. Four spectators randomly look in their books and you are able to tell them what they are reading. This is just plain weird. It was planned as a marketed item, but now you can make it up yourself.
Sticky Dupe - Now you can redraw a spectator's hidden drawing using a few business cards, an envelope...and a little secret something you probably already own.
Hallmark Memory - A Derren-like effect where you know details of someone's past event.
Bizarre Dupe & Super Swindle Steal - Two mentalism takes on Paul Harris effects that even took Paul by surprise.
Plus: Various ideas, techniques, essays, rants, and bits of business...and two other roulette routines...and yes, even more.
"All the routines are solid and worth the attention of anyone. I can see how strong they would play with good presentation."
- Richard Osterlind
"Several clever routines."
- Chuck Hickok
- Larry Becker
"Killer material as usual, and I mean it!"
- Paolo Cavalli
"You truly are a unique thinker."
Pages 125 - Comb Binding