Duo Telepathy

Robert H. Parrish

Many good methods of transmitting information have come along in the past years, but for simplicity of effect, and directness of procedure, this little routine of two items must be given a low bow.

The assisting spectator thinks of any card, removes it from the deck, and holds it up for all to see. The medium, notwithstanding the fact that she is blindfolded and seated with her back to the audience, takes slate and chalk and immediately inscribes on the slate the name of the chosen card. The magician now hands the spectator a slate, and asks him to draw in view of all any simple geometric design that occurs to him. It is no sooner completed than the medium cries, "I have an impression!" And taking her slate

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