Halloween head drop trick

What makes this Halloween costume special effect even more special is that magician Rich Ferguson performed it in the famous Bubblegum Alley in San Luis Obispo.

Here's a video that shows how to do the head drop illusion.

(Via Geekolgie)


16 Responses to “Halloween head drop trick”

  1. bcsizemo says:

    Proof positive that when the aliens come we will ignore them…(well until they start killing people at least.)

  2. Really should have a mechanical component concealed in the back, which sprays the onlookers with blood and offal at the moment of truth.

  3. Mike Robinson says:

    Pro-tip: no one actually says “Achoo!” when they sneeze.

  4. mzed says:

    Is the “how to” link correct?

  5. theophrastvs says:

    Interesting how we really expect our clothing to closely follow our actions.  must be racial memories of fur or feathers or zoot-suits.  In anycase, this chap performs the illusion very impressively  (i’d end up with a really wry neck)

  6. fbomb says:

    Ahh SLO town. That’s Rich Ferguson the magician, really intelligent guy, not your average corn-ball magician. Plus the people you see in the video, including the owner of the local hip spot coffee shop. Classic.

  7. pinknoiz says:

    This was used to great effect by the samba school Unidos da Tijuca in 2011:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUzHi29OZsY

  8. jhoosier says:

    That is great.

  9. headcode says:

    I think the ending is the best thing I’ve seen all week.

  10. rastronomicals says:

    Just like that, the internet is reduced to a more or less irrelevant battle for second place.

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