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[[Zombie]] is a floating ball illusion in which a silver ball floats behind a [[Foulard]].
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{{See also|[[Zombie (magazine)]]}}
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'''Zombie''' is a floating ball illusion invented by [[Joe Karson]] in which a silver ball floats behind a [[Foulard]].  
  
Zombie was invented by [[Joe Karson]]. The inspiration came to him when he was fooling around with the simple impromptu trick where the magician interlocks the fingers of both hands and a lighted match appears to magically suspend in air behind it. He patented the Zombie in 1940.  
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The inspiration came to Karson when he was fooling around with the simple impromptu trick where the magician interlocks the fingers of both hands and a lighted match appears to magically suspend in air behind it. He patented the Zombie in [[1940]].  
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==Bibliography==
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*1946 - [[Tips on Zombie]] By [[Joe Karson]]
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*1963 - [[Further Tips on Zombie]] By [[Neil Foster]]
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*1965 - A la Zombie By [[Ian Adair]]
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*1970 - A la Zombie Plus By Ian Adair
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*1977 - Teach-in Series: Zombie, the  Floating Ball By [[Lewis Ganson]]
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*1981 - Al Schneider on Zombie
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*1983 - The Ken Brooke Series No. 7: The Finn Jon Zombie Routine
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*1983 - [[The "How To" Book on Zombie]] By [[Merlyn Shute]]
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*1991 - Magic City Library of Magic No. 20 - Zombie Ball By [[Leo Behnke]]
  
'' See also [[Zombie (magazine)]] ''
 
 
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[[Category:Illusions]]

Revision as of 07:58, 21 October 2012

See also: Zombie (magazine).

Zombie is a floating ball illusion invented by Joe Karson in which a silver ball floats behind a Foulard.

The inspiration came to Karson when he was fooling around with the simple impromptu trick where the magician interlocks the fingers of both hands and a lighted match appears to magically suspend in air behind it. He patented the Zombie in 1940.


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