Blister Book by Jack Kent Tillar
Once or twice every century, a new principle is discovered in our mystery field. In 1972, Jack Kent Tillar's Blister Effect was first published in Tarbell Volume 7.
The effect is that a performer mysteriously makes a blister appear on the tip of his or her finger. Since its publication, this unique effect has become well-known and used by most mentalists and magicians.
Included in this volume is Jack Kent Tillar's original unpublished routine for the Blister Effect. The Blister Effect Book contains over fifty cherished routines, ideas, wisdom, and secret devices for stage, close-up, and even radio, many of them guarded secrets, from some of today's biggest mentalism talents.
Michael Weber, Banachek, Paul Harris, Penn and Teller, Marc Salem, Richard Osterlind, Alain Nu, etc..
Pages 172 - Softbound