DChappelle27 (el 27/07/12 a las 11:39 pm)
its too bad people realized he was using actual sorcery, and therefor he was burned at the stake... RIP David Verner
gunperry (el 27/01/12 a las 1:27 pm)
that's John Scarne, not Vernon, Scarne lacked the finesse of Vernon, anyway, yes it was a bottom. You could get away doing it like that in the 40s.
TheTwoCreepyGuys (el 03/01/12 a las 4:38 am)
Rip dai Vernon a man of pure magic
Hatem Siala (el 25/12/11 a las 3:09 am)
R.I.P Professor Vernon
tenzo kanade (el 13/12/11 a las 12:03 pm)
DrDonSharpe (el 10/12/11 a las 7:06 am)
@TheBradTobin :49-1:12 was john scarnie, not dai vernon, scarnie lacked the faness vernon had, its kind of an insult. It's kind of an insult for you to misspell John Scarne's name. By the way, Scarne didn't "lack finesse". Vernon did more for Sleight of Hand Magic than anyone in history. It isn't necessary to insult Scarne to acknowledge this.
Energy1324 (el 05/12/11 a las 8:35 am)
Mickey Cohen (el 17/11/11 a las 10:10 pm)
The man who fooled Richard Deacon.
magicgg1 (el 21/10/11 a las 1:35 pm)
i think a bottom...
PaulTheillusionist (el 29/09/11 a las 11:51 pm)
Dai Vernon is an inspiration!