Ron Frost's The Sphinx Thinx
Two small plastic panels are hinged together and one panel has miniature
replica icons of The Statue of Liberty, The Eifel Tower, Big Ben, and Easter
Island. The other panel has a miniature plastic Sphunx in the middle surrounded
by the name of each icon. The stand is folded so the Sphinx is out of sight.
Time and again, a person freely chooses an icon and each time the Sphinx
has turned its front to point to the matching name of the chosen icon-no
Now, a written prediction is placed inside and the unit is closed. A spectator
makes his selection of an icon. Next the unit is opened to reveal the correct written prediction! Not only that, but magically,
the sphinx has turned itself to point at
the chosen icon. This outfit comes in a durable
plastic container and there are different
results all the time! This is a good walk-around
effect, which is also very professionally produced!