Conjuring Arts Research Center: Revealing the History of Magic We live in a time where we expect to see amazing things before our eyes, like space ships streaking between stars. Dinosaurs returning to life. Whole planets blossoming with beautiful blue people. So how do you expect to impress people just by sawing someone in half or picking the ace of spades out of a deck of cards? Host Scott Simon visits the Conjuring Arts Research Center in New York to talk with director and magician William Kalush.
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Conjuring Arts Research Center: Revealing the History of Magic

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Conjuring Arts Research Center: Revealing the History of Magic

Conjuring Arts Research Center: Revealing the History of Magic

Conjuring Arts Research Center: Revealing the History of Magic

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We live in a time where we expect to see amazing things before our eyes, like space ships streaking between stars. Dinosaurs returning to life. Whole planets blossoming with beautiful blue people. So how do you expect to impress people just by sawing someone in half or picking the ace of spades out of a deck of cards? Host Scott Simon visits the Conjuring Arts Research Center in New York to talk with director and magician William Kalush.