Magicians have been doing the severed head trick for longer than most of us have been alive. Consequently, it’s really hard to overtly one-up everything that’s come before, but thanks to creativity and plenty of yoga, Rich Ferguson may have actually distanced himself from every creepy guy with fast hands in the world. The combination comedian, mentalist and magician recently hit up the streets of San Luis Obispo to show off his new trick, and not surprisingly, it drew plenty of reactions.

I have no idea how many hours it took Rich to learn this or how many women he lost out on sleeping with by having a weird hobby, but it was all worth it. Check out this madness below…

I really like this trick, but I must say, I’m a bit disappointed in these reactions. A few of the women scream and some children flee, but there’s not the mass panic something like this should cause. Ferguson needs to do some reshoots in different locations. He needs to hit up a Panera Bread, do the sneezing bit while he’s in line and watch someone vomit into her bread bowl, or he needs to go to the gym and pull off his head while stretching in front of a spin class. Can you imagine trying to ride a bike with this scariness going on? The hard part was figuring out how to make this work. The easy part should be scaring the shit out of people.

If he takes Pop Blend’s advice and improves his reactions with new clips, we’ll bring them to you. Otherwise, if you ever find yourself on the streets of San Luis Obispo, keep your eyes peeled for a headless dude. He’s worth watching.



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