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The actor Victor Jory , noted for his role as a magician detective, was a regular visitor to the club. He worked at it and figured out multiple ways to perform the trick, including better ways than the magician he had first seen perform it.
The number of members of a club could reach up to 1, After an hour and a half, Lorayne would speak about memory for about 20 minutes and then ask if anyone had a question.
He promised that he would pay any questioner whose name he could not remember a thousand dollars. He always remembered the names of every member of the audience.
On just about every public appearance demonstrating his memory abilities, he would meet all the people in the audience, then he would open his show by asking all the people he met to please stand. He sat down everyone in the audience. Writer and publisher[ edit ] Harry Lorayne is a prolific author of memory training books intended for the public, as well as writing books for professional magicians.
For twenty years, Lorayne wrote and published the monthly magazine Apocalypse, which was created and started with Richard J. Kaufman , who left after the first year.
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