In 1923, magician Horace Goldin patented what illusion?
Horace Goldin wasn’t the first magician to saw a woman in half, but he dedicated much of his career to the enterprise, refining the apparatus that made the illusion possible. Hoping to keep would-be copycats at bay, Goldin patented the trick in 1923. Unfortunately, since patents require detailed explanations that are available to anyone willing to look them up, the mystery of the trick soon dissipated.
Sawing a woman in half
Pulling a rabbit out of a hat
Catching a bullet in his teeth
Water torture escape
The correct answer is Sawing a woman in half.