Inside Magic Fave John Tudor Featured in Times

John Tudor

An Inside Magic favorite, John Tudor, is the subject of an incredible feature in the
Huntsville Times.
The article arises out of his great work in general and appearance at
this weekend South Eastern Association of Magicians Convention.

Every article has to have a “grabber.” It is required by editors.

(By the way, we know about grabbers. Our uncle was a grabber and an editor but a different
kind of grabber than the one required by editors and apparently
different than that allowed by the arguably arcane public behavior laws
of a major metropolitan area).

Here is the grabber in the article about Mr. Tudor:

Here’s what John Tudor keeps in mind when he’s developing a new trick: What would it look like if it really was magic?

That’s because 25 years ago, when he was dabbling in magic, Tony
Slydini, the “Master of Misdirection,” asked him at a magic convention,
“Are you a magician, or do you just do tricks?”

Tudor was a star-struck teenager, and he couldn’t come up with an answer for his hero. Shortly after that, he did.

Mr. Tudor’s act is worthy of the praise he received in the article and the fame he

John Tudor

An Inside Magic favorite, John Tudor, is the subject of an incredible feature in the
Huntsville Times.
The article arises out of his great work in general and appearance at
this weekend South Eastern Association of Magicians Convention.

Every article has to have a “grabber.” It is required by editors.

(By the way, we know about grabbers. Our uncle was a grabber and an editor but a different
kind of grabber than the one required by editors and apparently
different than that allowed by the arguably arcane public behavior laws
of a major metropolitan area).

Here is the grabber in the article about Mr. Tudor:

Here’s what John Tudor keeps in mind when he’s developing a new trick: What would it look like if it really was magic?

That’s because 25 years ago, when he was dabbling in magic, Tony
Slydini, the “Master of Misdirection,” asked him at a magic convention,
“Are you a magician, or do you just do tricks?”

Tudor was a star-struck teenager, and he couldn’t come up with an answer for his hero. Shortly after that, he did.

Mr. Tudor’s act is worthy of the praise he received in the article and the fame he

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