Michael Griffin America’s Escape Artist challenging fate Monday and Tuesday night at the Green River Catfish Festival asks residents to check their drawers…for old handcuffs and leg irons for a cash reward.
MORGANTOWN, KY. June. 30 / -- 2X World magic award winning escape artist Michael Griffin (http://www.escapeguy.com) appearing and disappearing for the first time ever at the Green River Catfish Festival (https://www.facebook.com/greenrivercatfishfestival) July 3 & 4 is urging everyone to check their drawers. No, he doesn’t mean pants, and yes they could get cash for any old handcuffs lying around gathering dust.
The Award Winning Escape Artist is offering up to $500.00 for old handcuffs and leg irons that you might have lying around collecting dust in the attic or basement as part of his cash for cuffs approach to creating one of the largest collections of handcuffs in the world.
According to the only 2-time winner of TV’s World Magic Awards for best Escape “collecting Jail Jewelry is a long standing hobby of mine and I have met some amazing people all around the World that have old restraints either giving them to me, or selling for cash, you just never know what to expect or what will come out of the woodwork, I am definitely looking and offering cash for cuffs in the Rockingham County area as part of my shows at the Green River Catfish Festivalgoers. People can get in touch with me at my site: www.escapeguy.com. I will gladly make good cash offers on what they have”.
About Michael Griffin
Performing astonishing escapes and setting records around the World for over two decades, 2-time World Magic Award Winning Master of Escape, Michael Griffin is considered the Greatest Living Escape Artist. He is the ONLY escape artist to ever survive a hanging on the back of a horse with thirteen-knot Hangman’s Noose in 52 seconds! What’s the secret? It’s Griffin’s strong mind, conviction, heart and belief. “I do not use drugs or alcohol. I never have and I never will. I simply do not believe in their illusion, nor the illusion of negative thinking which is the toughest strait jacket we will ever face; but, if you put your mind to it, and you believe in yourself, you will always escape”
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