Straight Line Mysteries by Arthur Setterington - Book
"The shortest distance between two points is, we are told, a straight line. It was this pronciple applied to magical ideas, that was advocated by Ted Annemann, in his magazine, "The Jinx"
For many years, we have tried to follow the "Straight Line" principle in the creation of magical ideas..." -Preface
4 Topsy Turvy Chinaman: a figure in a frame remains upright as the frame is turned
8 The Vanishing Shadow
10 Tibetan Cord Mystery
12 Crazy Apron
13 Total Surprise
14 Poor Man's Coins in Glass
16 Pretty As a Picture
17 Message Most Mysterious
19 The Indian Vase
22 Living Flame
26 The Pincushion Production Box
29 Below Deck
31 Chinese Rope Routine
42 Twentieth Century Matchboxes
45 All Hallows Eve
48 Walking Through a Sheet of Metal
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