Needle Thru Arm
It's the close up illusion made famous by Philip Morris. Infull close up view of the audience, a steel needle measuringover 8 inches long is pushed through the performer's arm,and blood starts dripping everywhere! It's frighteninglyrealistic! Now with a smaller 3 inch needle, you start tosew up the bloody wound...can be done on stage or close up!Perfect for haunted houses or for any magician who wants tofreak out his guests at his next dinner party.Your audience will talk about this for years to come.