Airborne Glass

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Airborne Glass is an effect, created and marketed in 1962 by John Fabjance, where the magician, while pouring liquid from a bottle or can into a glass, lets go of the glass and it remains suspended in mid air.

It has been performed by such notable magicians as Blackstone, Harry Anderson, and Lance Burton. It was also seen being performed by the main character in the movie Boogie Nights.

Variations

  • Aerial Glass Suspension
  • Airborne Glass - Coke Can

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