The ‘Royal’ Pocket-Size Spirit Slates are a small pair of chalkboard-type writing slates that are ordinary looking in every way. They are shown to be completely blank on both sides but watch what happens when you place a piece of chalk on top of them. Suddenly, a secret message will appear!
This message can be anything you wish, as you control what is written. It can be the name of a chosen card, a person’s name or initials, a “Will-You-Marry-Me?” message, or anything you want!
The small size of this set of slates makes them so easy to carry in your pocket, or tuck into your close-up case. They measure about 2-1/2 inches wide by 3 inches high.
Use the Secret Message Pocket Slates in so many ways:
Great for mentalists and mind readers! Use the slates to reveal the secret thoughts of your spectator’s names or initials or symbols they just think of!
Perfect for close-up card workers where you make the name of a spectator’s chosen card appear written on a slate!
How about a marriage proposal? Show the slates blank, place a rose on top, then open the slates to reveal the “Will you marry me?” message!
This would work at a birthday party as well. Let the birthday child wave their hands over the slates, and open them to reveal the Happy Birthday message!
For a business convention, how about making your company logo appear on the slate? And yes, you can use a photo rather than a chalk written message!
Of course, this trick is also very effective in a comedy routine, as YOU are the only one who really controls what is written on the slates!
Startling effect that gets a shocked and amazed reaction from your audience every time! AND IT’S SO EASY TO DO! It practically works all by itself! If you can put one slate on top of the other, you can do this trick!
Supplied with the two mini plastic slates, the secret something, a piece of chalk, and instructions. As an added bonus you also receive a vintage routine from the famous Holden’s Magic Shop utilizing these miniature pocket slates. Back in the day they were called ‘Vest Pocket Slates’.