The magic sets him free

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(Posted Feb. 10, 2020)

By Jeff Pfeil, Staff Photographer

Michael Griffin, an escape artist featured on “America’s Got Talent,” entertained visitors on Feb. 5 during Family STEM Night at Hurt-Battelle-Memorial Library in West Jefferson. Themes for STEM Night activities revolve around science, technology, engineering and math. For details about upcoming library events, visit http://www.hbmlibrary.org/. The library is located at 270 Lilly Chapel Rd., West Jefferson, and can be reached at (614) 879-8448.

Lena Darlington lights a fire that burns up a key to a set of handcuffs that once belonged to Harry Houdini. Griffin then proceeded to get himself loose from the handcuffs without a key.
Audience member Zoe Smith helps Griffin with a “Where is the ball?” trick.
The audience sports amazed smiles as Griffin performs a magic trick in which he moves colored ribbons to different positions.
Audience member Adam Smith (right) locks a set of wrist chains from which Griffin escaped, wowing the crowd.

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