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John Adams Mr Creepy Magic

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PRODUCT: John Adams Mr Creepy Magic ( Adams Mr Creepy Magic

DESCRIPTION: A magic set with a spooky theme, containing everything required to perform 25 'scary' magic tricks, plus an illustrated instruction book and stickers. Suitable for children aged 7 year upwards.

GOOD POINTS: Mr Creepy Magic is a wonderfully spooky set containing an array of scarily fun tricks for older children to practise on their friends and family...if they're brave enough to watch!

Inside the colourful illustrated box, your child will find a number of props to perform twenty-five tricks. Not for the faint hearted, these props include an escaping 'Dad's head', a candy box containing a buried finger, a severed ear which predicts the audience's answer, a false finger with an unhooking tendon, a trick set of teeth which eat food, a set of swords which pass through a 'man' in a coffin, a vanishing graveyard ghost, and a finger-slicing guillotine, as well as a number of cards to perform an optical illusion and a number of card tricks.

The props are really well designed, with great attention to detail and a number of colour stickers are included for your child to add some further detailing. The excellent accompanying instructions manual is packed full of illustrations and text, and guides your child through each trick in an easy-to-understand step-by-step way, including which props they will need and any secrets behind the 'magic'!

This is a really wonderful little box of horrors for young magicians to perform some amazingly spine-chilling magic tricks that will leave a lasting impression on their 'audience'! It is great also for building confidence as well as strengthening interaction and communication skills...a perfect gift for Christmas or birthdays!

BAD POINTS: Once your child has run out of a willing audience, the set might have limited use.

PRICE: Approx. £19.99

Available from Amazon, Argos and Toys R Us

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