News: Fake Superhero Strength with Scam School

Fake Superhero Strength with Scam School

Fake Superhero Strength with Scam School

Congratulations to Brian Brushwood and Scam School for winning the 2008 WonderHowTo Magic Award!

We're huge fans of the Scam School and with the votes, clearly you are too. Scam School and the Superhero Trick are the brainchild of spiky-haired magician Brian Brushwood. Brian is the only WonderHowTo Award winner with a self-produced action figure!

The trick is basic enough to execute pretty much anywhere from a bar to your own dining room. Find a gullible friend and go to town!

Lift a friend with the superhero strength Trick

16 Comments

Had a blast trying this on my little sister, awesome prank.

great trick tx

This is really funny. Would be a blast to play on little kids.

bad ass!! would be cool to cool as hell to do that to my punk ass sister in law!!

hahahahahahaha
you got me!

cooooooooooooool

fanfreakingtastique

nice trick
definately gonna try this 1

easy trick, if you take the time to rub lines of acid down the center of a phone book weakening the paper ,im sure it would rip like tissue paper, don't tell anyone I told you, their is also an alloy "not not use as a actual utensil" that melts under the heat of hot water and looks like steal but is as soft as butter, this is how they trick you into thinking they can bend large metal blocks etc, "That's Right! No torches, flames or soldering irons, just a cup of hot water. An alloy called Field's Metal melts in water at a temperature of 144° Fahrenheit (62° Celcius). There are many fusible alloys that melt at low temperatures. One of the best known is called Wood's Metal. Try it yourself "

btw you can make a mold of the object you want with rubber then pour in the fields metal let it dry like a spoon or fork, the the heat from hands melts it easily even without needing to touch it ,timed acids can also be used without needing to touch alloys as well assuming it is an alloy

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