Yes from the one and only Dave Williamson! Every family has their secrets. The Williamson family has Aunt Mary. A respectable woman with a murky past, Aunt Mary has finally come clean.
Revealed here for the first time as a professional card routine in three powerful acts, Aunt Mary’s Terrible Secret is well within the reach of any performer. Two audience members are invited to play a simple color matching game for the chance to win fifty-two dollars. The cards are unprepared, the money is real and this incredible, easy-to-master routine builds to a devastating climax that will leave your audiences stunned.
After Aunt Mary’s Terrible Secret, you’ll never look at little old ladies the same way again.
What others are saying:
“Quite simply, this is a highly commercial routine. It combines money, gambling, audience participation, and uncanny control over the cards to produce a routine that audiences love and remember.” -– Darwin Ortiz
“David has given the serious performer a truly masterful three-act professional performance piece that will leave his unwitting participants completely entertained and at a total loss as to any explanation.” –- Roger Klause
“If I had known that David Williamson was hard up for cash, I would gladly have loaned him some (in return for doing a few household chores) rather than have him tip one of my favorite gambling-themed effects. I’ve been using David’s routine regularly in my professional work ever since he first showed it to me over ten years ago. I’ve had spectators tell me that it was their favorite item in the show. I’ve had people mention it years after seeing me do it. I’ve successfully used it upon occasion as an encore item. A while back I did it for a group that included some of the finest professional poker players in the world (including one world champion). I guarantee that it gave them several sleepless nights.” — Darwin Ortiz
“Aunt Mary’s Terrible Secret is too good to share. I have used this routine in paid performances for many years. I am as sorry to have to share it with the fraternity as I have been sorry to have to share it with the originator himself. Perhaps by buying this book, I will obtain retroactive permission for my past performances.” –- Michael Weber
“The last time I saw Aunt Mary she was leading Marlo into the ladies’ room with a ruler in her hand. I think that’s where estimation came from.” — Bill Malone
“I happen to know that Aunt Mary’s Terrible Secret was that she was actually Uncle Maury!” — John Carney
Perfect bound book contains professional card routines in three acts plus 2 special decks of cards “Aunt Mary Brand” (which were not included in the regular set)!