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AMERICAN STAGE MAGICIAN JOHN SHABLE INCURS WRATH OF CONTROVERSIAL INDIAN HINDU FAKIR ABBA REY BABAN

Rope Trick

Abba Rey Baban covets Shable’sTaj Mahal of Coins. Will trade legendary Indian Rope Trick for it. Shable says no way and the fakir fumes.

SALINAS, CALIFORNIA, USA, November 23, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Famous Yankee stage magician has AGAIN ! refused to sell or trade the secret of his invention “The Taj Mahal of Coins”

to notorious East Indian Hindu Fakir Abba Rey BABAN.
Representatives from the Baban camp recently caught up with Shable in London outside the theater and presented a written offer that would give him the mythical workings of the Indian Rope Trick in exchange for the Taj Mahal of Coins secret(s).
This is the latest offering in the fakirs quest for the Taj Mahal of Coins.
And again Shable refused saying the secret was going to the grave with him. (Or tomb, for the props are going with him).

In addition he claims to have known the secret for many years.

A source reported the morose of the Baban camp was palpable, and one said something to the effect that they feared going back because the fakir was not an “Anger Management” practitioner and was skilled at tossing a bed of nails a significant distance.

And so it went..........

And one must ponder.....
Abba Rey Baban is presently ? .......
1. Infuriated
2. Beyond infuriated
3. More than beyond infuriated
4. More than beyond infuriated on steroids.

If you picked 4. you are correct,


Meanwhile John Shable takes his act back to the USA December 1

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