David Spier (David Allen) came to me at a KIDabra and shared this effect.  He was looking for ideas on presentation and handling.  Originally the effect was done with a bottle switch and no liquid in the bottle.  It was a bit confusing and not as puzzling as it could be.  Together we were able to make some great improvements.  I changed the name to In-POP-sible and wrote a motivational patter.  The problem was making the effect look real for a close up or stage audience.  I was driving to a show when the idea hit me to ADD liquid to the bottle to hide the gimmick.  It seems simple now but it took some time to come up with that creative solution.  Enjoy In-POP-sible.  Wish we still had them to sell.

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