Misled – Timothy Wenk


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Product Description

This is one of those effects where the ad copy doesn’t due it justice – watch the videos! 

It’s called Misled. From the mind of FISM Award-Winning inventor, Timothy Wenk. Exactly as performed by David Copperfield on his live tour, and on his international TV special. Classic. Organic. Iconic.  The original, legendary pencil-through-bill penetration is finally available again. Misled is a complete 2-phase routine. To see it is to need it.

Phase 1: Their bill is stabbed and torn.
They see it happen, and they hear it happen! RRRrrip!!!
Then you magically restore their bill. Good as new.

Phase 2: Famous SLOW MOTION melt-through.
Truly powerful. Looks like trick photography.
Often met with stunned silence.

Misled is amazingly strong because…

  • Everything can be examined before and after the routine.
  • The bill is borrowed, and ungaffed.
  • The pencil can also be examined before and after the routine, under a microscope, if need be! It is just an ordinary pencil and it is NOT GAFFED.
  • The pencil and bill never leave the audience’s sight, from beginning to end. POSITIVELY NO SWITCHING AT ALL.
  • Same bill. Same pencil. You can even give the pencil away!
  • Comes with detailed printed instructions with illustrations and directions to how you can get an online tutorial too!  The best of BOTH worlds.

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2 reviews for Misled – Timothy Wenk

  1. Danny Ottaway

    Timothy Wenk is simply amazing…MISLED is one of the BEST pieces of magic to come out in a very long time… I was beside myself when he released this the first time years ago..so glad he brought it back. It is truly a timeless close up illusion and I am happy to add it back into my arsenal.


    Thanks for you post! 👍

  3. BrandonKN (verified owner)

    I saw David Copperfield do this effect live in Dallas -1989 and it was amazing! In 1990 I purchased one from my local magic shop so now it’s great that MISLED is back again. It’s still after all these years a great small scale illusion that baffles everyone. Highly Recommend.

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