Abracadabra-Presto Chango How Did He Do That?

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The music gets louder and faster and we become more anxious and excited. Will he saw her in half, light her on fire or make her disappear? Now he must create a big distraction by walking around the box and chanting all of his magic words. He rolls the box across the stage and he has all of our attention and visual perceptions in the palm of his hand...
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He rolls the box across the stage and he has all of our attention and visual perceptions in the palm of his hand. That way we do not notice the lovely assistant sneaking backstage after exiting the box through a trap door. Dramatically, he removes the black satin cloth from the box and she's gone! How did he do that? I was watching him the whole time...
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