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Mental Epic is a mentalism effect where three covered predictions written on the top row of a slate or whiteboard are found to match those later written in a row below it.

It was created by Hen Fetsch, based on Peter Warlock's "The Taped Slate" (1944) [1] and first PRESENTED (but not explained) in Pentagram, Vol. 6, No.7 (April 1952). It was later marketed in 1955 by his good friend Gene Gordon's magic shop.

Variations

References

  1. Patterns for Psychics, page 17, 1947
Reprint in Pentagram, Vol. 11, no. 10, July 1957, page 75.