Time to kick your mentalism up a notch.
What if you had a way to make a thought-of word or picture appear on a piece of paper — instantly, and without chemicals? You would have Liquify, by Richard Sanders and Bill Abbott. The system is incredibly deceptive: You can hand out the paper and let spectators inspect it, you don’t have to worry about angles and you won’t use any chemicals, lemons or anything like that. But the result: A chosen word will quickly fade into the paper, just like those creepy parts in your favorite horror movie, where a word slowly appears in the fog on the bathroom mirror.
Liquify is about 60 minutes full of solid training, including a secret device that lets you prepare for the effect on the fly. Your mind should already be spinning with all the presentation ideas, from ghosts to atoms. This effect, once you master it, will leave your spectators in a puddle.