The Performer gives a spectator a "Master" Padlock and seven keys, none of which will open the lock, The spectator proves this to himself. The magician then gives him an eighth key, with which he opens the lock. The lock is then closed and all the keys are mixed together and then sealed inside individual envelopes. The performer never touches and does not even need to see the keys, the lock or the envelopes. Yet, by some strange power, he correctly chooses the envelope containing the one key that opens the lock! Awesome on stage! Totally baffling close up.
Ted Annemann gave us "7 Keys to Baldpate," David DeVal gave us "7th Key" and now "Correct Key." The performer shows a padlock and passes out seven keys to seven spectators. Each tries his or her key in the lock. The keys turn but do not open the lock. The spectators are each given a small coin envelope and instructed to seal their key in it. An eighth key is brought out. The lock can be opened only with this one key. It is also sealed into an envelope. The envelopes are held and shuffled by a spectator. Another spectator locks the lock and someone picks an envelope. The key is removed and a spectator now opens the lock with the chosen key.
Comes with several variations on the routine. Quality Master lock and keys.
Can be classified as mentalism or straight magic as well as a prediction. Can be preformed by telephone.
Each Trick comes with Lock, 8 Keys, and instructions