Jerry Andrus was an American magician and writer known internationally for his original close-up, sleight-of-hand tricks and optical illusions, such as the “Linking Pins”.
|Born:||28, 1918, Sheridan, Wyoming, United States|
|Died:||26, 2007, Albany, Oregon, United States|
|Occupation:||Magician, writer, inventor, scientific skeptic|
|Known for:||Creator of world-renowned magic tricks and optical illusions|
|Website:||Jerry Andrus’s Official site|
About Jerry Andrus
World-renowned creator of illusions like the linking pins.
When he was sixteen years old, he joined the International Society of Junior Magicians.
He used his illusions to teach people how easily the eye and mind can be fooled.
His family moved from Wyoming to Oregon when he was ten.
He inspired many of the modern magicians, including Lance Burton.
Information related to Jerry Andrus
- National Register of Historic Places in Linn County, Oregon
- Fellows of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry
- Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Oregon
- American agnostics
- American skeptics
- American magicians
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