A Magician

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A magician makes a fool of a man who was badgering his performance!

Submitted: July 20, 2008

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A Magician

by Sual Okin

 

 

 

“For my grand finale, I shall pull a rabbit out of hat” said Edward Keller, the twenty-three year old prodigy of illusion.

“Boo!” screamed one of the ten fans watching his street magic act. 

This man seemed to be wearing a regular white t-shirt with jean shirts and blue Jeff Gordon race hat.  Edward took off his hat and showed it to the audience.  Obviously there was nothing in the hat at the time.  Then, magically, the illusionist pulled a black spotted, white, rabbit out of his hat.  The man who had screamed “Boo!” earlier once more screamed “If you want to amaze me, put some more hair on my head, I’m beginning to thin.” towards the magician.

“The trick isn’t over yet sir.” said Keller towards the angry fan.

Then, in an instant, the rabbit disappeared into thin air, and appeared inside the angry fan’s hat.  The man screamed like a little girl.  He threw the rabbit at the ground, but when it hit the ground, it evaporated. 

“Why did you do that?” said the angry but somewhat amused fan.

“You said you wanted more hare!” said Edward.

“How did you do that?” asked the fan again.

A magician, my fine sir, never reveals his secrets.


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