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Flesh Wound

Our Price: $39.99
Product code: CL202

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    Flesh Wound is the most gruesome, most graphic, most disgusting magic trick ever. Forget needle through arm. Forget eating fire. Capture their attention with something they’ll never forget.

    The Effect:
    Take a knife and cut straight into your forearm. Blood starts to ooze from the fresh wound as you cut.

    After you’ve carved out a good chunk of your arm, you reach over to the wound and begin to PEEL THE SKIN AWAY UNTIL IT HANGS DOWN AS A LOOSE FLAP!! They can now see directly into your open wound! It’s absolutely disgusting.

    And now for the best part. . . close the flap of skin and your arm visibly HEALS ITSELF. You wipe away the excess blood and you’re as good as new. It’s absolutely unforgettable.

    Flesh Wound offers up 3 jaw dropping must-see surprises – you cut yourself and bleed. You then peel your skin back so spectators can see right into your arm. You then finish by completely healing yourself. If you like you can produce a coin, folded card, or other object from the open wound!

    Recommended For:
    Perfect for those looking to shock their audience. Warning: people may vomit, feint, and scream after viewing Flesh Wound.

    Trick Specifications:
    Reset time is under 1 minute, and it works with any knife and any skin color. It includes the custom Flesh Wound prop designed veteran Academy Award winning animator David Spafford. You also receive supplies plus a performance and explanation CD detailing the entire routine.

    Skill Level: Easy
    Category: Close-Up, Street Magic

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    Review by achante
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    When you cut your arm then peeled it off that was seriously sick but kind of cool (Posted on 3/8/13)
    Review by magicman97
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    its quite a realistic trick i did it to my freinds at school their were shocke dthe called first aid hahhahaah keep tricking :) (Posted on 12/4/12)
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