• OCTOBER 1934 INTRODUCTION
    Conceived, written, and published by Theo Annemann. The Jinx is not a magazine, neither is it a crusading sheet with a chip on each shoulder and a woodpile in reserve. All offices, both in an artistic and business sense, are held by one individual who has but a single thought in mind, that of supplying… Read more: OCTOBER 1934 INTRODUCTION
  • HALLUCINATION (Eddie Clever)
    This effect is totally new from the audience’s point of view, and that is something to be looked for in this day when effects are pretty difficult to evolve. The performer states that very few people have a retentive mind and remember what they actually see. He states that in every accident case, there are… Read more: HALLUCINATION (Eddie Clever)
  • THE SUPREME EAST INDIAN NEEDLE FEAT
    In effect, this is practically the same as has been done before, but the method is far advanced in simplicity, and safety is the important feature. The performer at no time has a loose needle in his mouth; his mouth is absolutely empty at the start and will stand a physician’s examination, and there is… Read more: THE SUPREME EAST INDIAN NEEDLE FEAT
  • TWO PAPERS AND A SPECTATOR
    So many have asked me for something along mental lines that can be done practically impromptu and yet has the appearance of genuine mind-reading without cards, etc., that I am disclosing a secret that I have been using for a long, long time, in fact, since October 1929, it being so dated in my notebook.… Read more: TWO PAPERS AND A SPECTATOR
  • THE MYSTERY OF THE BLACKBOARD
    This is one of those effects that can be built into feature proportions due to the many possibilities for spectacular presentation. It is strictly a one-man stunt and needs practically no apparatus or preparation. I say again, and make it emphatic, that the secret is subtle and never suspected by the audience because it takes… Read more: THE MYSTERY OF THE BLACKBOARD