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Wednesday
Aug092017

BROKEN WAND :: EUGENE BURGER

I am sad to report the passing of Philosopher and Magician Eugene Burger. Eugene is considered one of the great teachers of the magical arts. He has written fifteen best-selling books for the trade, starred in eight instructional videos, and lectured extensively to magicians' groups in over a dozen countries. His writings have been translated into several languages. Eugene's deep understanding of the psychology and philosophy behind magic have won him international accolades, cover stories in conjuring magazines, and four awards from the famed Magic Castle in Hollywood. Montrose Pictures has recently released a documentary film with Eugene as the subject titled "A Magical Vision." I was very pleased to welcome Eugene Burger to this early episode of the Magic Newswire! (Note:: Please accept our apologies for the poor sound quality of Eugene's side of the conversation.)

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Eugene was also amongt those interviewed to discuss their contributions to the Genii 75th Anniversary Special Edition of the Jinx. Other guests included Mac King, Max Maven, Mike Caveney & Jonathan Levit. We talk to each of these performers about their contributions to the Jinx special edition and about how Anneman and the Jinx impacted their growth as practitioners in the art of magic and mentalism.

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