Magician Convinces People That They Are Invisible

Okay so a little about me. I love magic. Seriously, if you do magic around me I turn into a little kid all over again. It could be a card trick. You could make a quarter appear from my ear. You could guess my birthday by solving a riddle and I'll jump up and down and lose my mind.

So when Netflix suggested I watch "Magic for Humans" I wasted no time pushing play on the show.

In the first episode, Justin Williams (the host) tested humans ability of 'self control' and plays marshmallow tricks on kids. It's an old experiment but he takes it to a new level.

I'm hooked on this show, and in the 4th episode titled "Seeing Is Believing", Justin seriously convinces people that they are invisible.

It does include a lot of help and a big set-up, but the pay off is hilarious!


Now if you'll excuse I'm also going to go watch a crapload of David Blaine clips of him swallowing frogs and junk



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