Eric P. Wilson
|Eric P. Wilson|
|Died||July 25, 1963 |
|Resting place||Streatham Park Cemetery|
Eric P. Wilson was a professional performer known as The Royal Conjurer, inventor, and author.
Wilson was very active in magic societies and was a contributor to magic magazines.
He was President of both the Magician's Guild of London and the Surry Guild of Magicians.
He also published the short lived Magician's Weekly (1925).
He introduced black-light puppets, which were enjoyed by the Royal Family. 
- Tested Magic (1923)
- Join the Party (1947, with William Stickland)
- Doing Magic for Youngsters (with Bert Easley 1948)
- The Art of Conjuring to Children (1948)
- ↑ Abra, August 3, 1963
- ↑ Abra, August 10, 1963
- ↑ Stanley Collins Conjurer Collector and Iconoclast by Edwin A. Dawes (2001)