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MAN WALKS ON WATER
Takes stroll across River Thames in London

June 27, 2011




Magician Steve Frane walks across the River Thames in London as a promo stunt for new TV show. Photo courtesy London Daily Mail/dailymail.co.uk/
(LONDON) -- So how did he do it? People know he did not actually walk on water, but they are left wondering just how in the blazes did magician Dynamo (a/k/a/ Steve Frane) pull that stunt off?

The stunt being a walk he took across the River Thames in London in full view if a large crowd that was looking down on him from above.

Had there been a glass “walkway” placed a few inches beneath the surface of the water they would have seen it, would they not?

Whatever the trick was, it was a stunning illusion. You can see a full slate of photos plus the story at the London Daily Mail’s website here





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