Suggestive Mentalism by Ford Kross – Suggestive Mentalism by Ford Kross PDF PLEASE NOTE: This item is a digital download, Gimmick. I just heard from Jon Riggs that Ford Kross passed away. ‘It Ain’t Body Building’ , ‘Suggestive Mentalism’ and also ‘Kross on Psi Parties’. Suggestive Mentalism by Ford Kross [abk] – Suggestive Mentalism by Ford Kross PDF PLEASE NOTE: This item is a digital.
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RIP my Friend and Brother He will be missed. Thanks for letting me know. Subscribe today to Genii Magazine. Kross, Ford is 64 in and resides in New Jersey, U.
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He became interested in magic when he was 27 and areas of bizarre magic and mentalism in the ‘s. A consultant of the Psychophysical Research Lab Director of ‘Haunt Hunters’ to the present time which is I’m sure we both had admiration for each other’s chosen field of prestidigitation his being mentalism and mine being close up card magic.
He will be sorely missed! I will miss him. And remember, my friends, future events such as these will affect you in the future. Ford was a secret source Rip Ford Michael Lee. He always presented a perspective not thought of, and made one think. You are remembered via your work and inspiration.
How’s that for a headline? Well, perhaps I should explain. I belonged to the PEA for maybe 4 or 5 years. A good friend of mine, who happened to be the National Prez of the S.
We were just screwing around with cards, coins, dental floss He was looking through my bound issues of the PEA newsletter. I guess he saw something interesting. He didn’t bother to mention it to me, but he wrote down the name of a writer of one specific effect. He wrote to him, asking for clarification about a move or a slight or something.
Suggestive Mentalism by Ford Kross
How dare I let someone see this publication?!? Well, I had been toying with the idea of leaving the PEA anyway. This just made things simple. I must say that I did agree with him, and Ford Kross was a very bright guy. Interestingly, I had a minor business dealing with him years later we both used our real names that timeand he was courteous, knowledgeable, and to-the-point.
His contribution to the world of mentalism is not a small one. Rest in peace, old boy. You have really inspired me! I write on a site about how to be a mentalist.