SECRET FILES

SECRET FILES

Regular price $24.95 USD Sale

This week only - we're including Jay's legendary 'Inside Job' impossible location trick as a fantastic FREE GIFT ($25 value!)

When you order the 'Secret Files' pack you'll receive:

*The monster 3-HOUR 'Secret Files' Download
*25 magic and mentalism tricks
*Full-Length Companion DVD

PLUS 'Inside Job' as a FREE GIFT!

With 'Inside Job' you'll be able to make borrowed coins, finger rings, keys, and even earrings vanish and reappear trapped inside a card case, matchbox AND cloth bag!

To watch the mind-bending preview for 'Inside Job' CLICK HERE.

Altogether, the download, DVD, exclusive tutorial and amazing collection of 'Inside Job' props and gimmicks is a total $55.00 value.

But while supplies last you can get everything for ONLY $24.95!

Don't wait. To SAVE $30 click 'Add To Cart' NOW.

Note: 'Inside Job' will not appear on your e-receipt, but our shipping department will automatically add it to your order. You will also not receive the 'Secret Files' download until your order ships.  

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With 'SECRET FILES' you'll learn the secrets to 25 awesome magic and mentalism effects for ALL SKILL LEVELS!

Learn some of Jay's most devastating tricks with playing cards, paper matches, aspirin bottles, keys, note pads, coins, stickers, newspapers, sugar packets, handkerchiefs, match boxes, flash paper and more!

Here are just SOME of the tricks featured on this exceptional collection... 

CARBON PAPER: A smoke stain travels from one card to another!

WHAT IF: A shocking transformation of a page from a notepad!

STRONG MEDICINE: A killer 2-phase effect with a borrowed bill!

OUTSIDER: An eye-popping color changing deck routine!

PENALTY BOX: - A card vanishes from the card case under test conditions!

180 DEGREES: The "Triumph" routine that blows magicians away!

CHAMELEON: A matchbook changes into a selected card! [Note: Jay created and published this mind-blowing trick 10 YEARS before David Blaine performed it on one of his television specials.)

SIGNED, SINGED & DELIVERED: Using two pieces of tissue paper, the magician causes his initials to change places with the spectator's initials in a flash of fire.

NOMAD: A REAL tear visually JUMPS from one card to another!

FOUND MONEY: This coin trick looks like trick photography!

OVER THE COUNTER: Jay's hyper-practical floating aspirin routine!

SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION: A card ignites inside a sealed card case!

CLASSIFIED: The "Newspaper Prediction" worth $50,000 in performing contracts!

"Jay has very generously divulged the secrets to over two dozen jaw-dropping tricks, each one is just as solid as the next. Do yourself a favor and order this!"-Jay Goodwin

"Carbon Paper doesn't seem like an ordinary magic trick. It's more like witchcraft LOL!"-Terrance Gleason

"The levitating aspirin is stupendous!"-Mike Taylor

"I admire the misdirection build-in to Jay's presentation for Selective Memory. Marvelous thinking."-Adam Browne

"I learned the 'What If' card trick over 10 years ago, and I still perform it to this day. That says it all."-Karl Blainey

"Me and my magic buddies took a vote and the majority agreed that there is more serious magic on 'Secret Files' than any other of Jay's projects."-Bailey Grier

"The first time I performed Classified was at a big corporate event and I booked several shows from that gig."-Mark Sawyers

"So many effects that make your brain fry."-Francis McAllister

"The material on 'Secret Files' has some very strong items. Overall you can't go wrong with this."-Clay Skaggs

"When it comes to prediction effects, Sankey's 'Classified' trick is in a league of its own. A true reputation maker."-Mica Karta

"With Penalty Box there's just no explanation. People go nuts!"-Oliver Haines 

"I've been collecting torn and restored tricks for a long time, and Nomad is one of the best. So direct, practical and extremely magical."-Lloyd Powers

"There is only one word to describe this project, WOW!!! One of, if not the best Jay Sankey collection. Worth every cent."-Nathaniel Mollick