This is perhaps one of the most famous sideshow exhibits ever created. Updated, revised, and simplified, the magician
patters about an unfortunate accident where a young lady was decapitated, but is still kept alive due to advances in modern medical technology.
At that, the magician draws open a curtained cabinet and sure enough,
the audience sees an attractive lady, but a medical device is attached where her head should be. The young lady is fully responsive to verbal commands and can move all parts of her visible body.
This fun illusion can
be used during a regular magic show, or as part of a convention tradeshow booth setting, or as a carnival or Halloween exhibit. The girl is perfectly comfortable, as the head mechanism is attached to the stool-like
chair on which she sits. Unlike most other headless illusions, this insures the proper positioning of the head unit at all times..