Lost Classics by Richard Osterlind

Richard Osterlind has been sifting through histories mysteries to breathe new life into some lost classics of mentalism and mind-reading.

Acidus Novus by Millard Longman: THE underground mind-reading secret used by professionals, finally taught on video. Learn to read what’s written INSIDE a folded piece of paper.

The Astral Word by Al Koran: Osterlind’s show closer. A spectator thinks of ANY word in a book, and you’re able to read their mind.

The Headline Countdown by Al Koran: Straight out of Richard’s professional act, this is a finale-caliber masterpiece that you can add right into your show.

5-Star Miracle Prediction by Al Koran: The perfect stage miracle, perfected over 30 years of performance. Ready to add right into your act.

The Gold Medallion by Al Koran: A masterpiece of mentalism, polished through years of performance. A miraculous prediction perfect for stage.

Thought-of Cards From Pocket by Richard Osterlind: A reputation-making miracle from Osterlind’s professional act. Read minds AND blindly find their cards from a TRULY shuffled deck!

The Modern Mindreader by Hewitt: A showpiece Osterlind’s been perfecting for 40 years. Read the minds of your entire audience with this 20 minute act that fits in your pocket!

The Telephone Drama by Annemann: From Osterlind’s professional act, one of the most powerful mentalism demonstrations of all time. Convince your audiences that you can read minds.


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