Bermuda Triangle Mystery
A mind blowing, and captivating mystery. A triangle is made by laying 3 lines of coins on the table. Each side of the triangle has 13 coins, which are plainly counted by the spectator to be sure. These coins are from countries around the globe and represent the ships that have eerily vanished in the "Bermuda Triangle". The spectator is given some extra coins and can add this "ship" to any side he chooses. You even move some "ships" around from place to place. The spectator counts the rows again after adding a coin, and yet there are still only 13 coins on each side. Could a ship have vanished?! The spectator adds another coin, and another, and another. There is always just 13 coins on each side! A real fooler!