Gary Kurtz Ghostwriter

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Postby Ravi » 03/18/02 07:11 AM

You all have been very helpful over the last weeks. So again, you are my last hope, this time concerning "Gary Kurtz Ghostwriter". I checked all(!) dealers(without sucsess) but maybe, out there is someone who wants to sell his ghostwriter?
Hope you can help me. Thanks in advance. :confused:
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Postby Matthew Field » 03/18/02 07:44 AM

I bought mine directly from Gary (several years ago). His website is www.garykurtz.com.

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Postby Ravi » 03/18/02 08:02 AM

thank you,I found out that he isn`t selling it anymore. sad... :(
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Postby Rennie » 03/18/02 08:04 AM

I have one and if I can find it I would be more than willing to sell it,it was one of the tricks that you put in the drawer after reading the instructions I thought.
The effect is the important thing, how you achieve is not !!
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Postby Ravi » 03/18/02 09:03 AM

Thank you very much. Hope that you or someone else can help me.

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Postby Guest » 03/19/02 06:50 AM

Personally I much prefer the BT TWO sold and marketed by Bill Tarr. Easier to use and a powerful tool when used.
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Postby Guest » 04/14/02 09:31 PM

I found the booklet for Ghostwriter but not the gimmick, however it is described in the booklet and very easy to make. If interested in it let me know.
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