A wonderful kids’ routine. Ask for a volunteer from the audience. Have him select a card from a well-shuffled deck. Ask him to look at the card, “but don’t show it to anyone”. Because, in this trick the audience, rather than the magician, is going to read the spectator’s mind! To aid the audience in their attempt in mind reading, your latest invention, the Thinking cap, is placed on the spectators head. The hat is covered in question marks, and is quite funny-looking! After several unsuccessful attempts to read the spectator’s mind ( in which the hat gets bigger and bigger the question marks get bigger and bigger), the entire audience finally DOES in fact name the spectator’s card1 And, the spectator has no idea how it happened! Based on the classic Bongo Hat, Mike Bent’s Thinking Cap is great for any audience. Kids or Adults. Young or Old. The routine is very commercial, extremely visual, and funny! The hat is easy to use, and resets in a jiffy. Made of though, durable Tyvek, it will last a long time. Silk screened in two colors. Complete with Mike’s routine.