The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is a first-person story-driven mystery game focused on exploration and discovery. As occult-minded private detective Paul Prospero communicate with the dead to discover the fate of a missing boy and the mystery behind a dark ancient force lurking in Red Creek Valley.
Doug McKenzie (who has produced magic for the likes of David Blaine) is one of the world’s premiere close-up magic artists. But Doug’s interest in the illusion goes far beyond typical street magic; he has made it his mission to incorporate new technologies into his work, making a seemingly mundane cellphone the key to a mind-blowing performance. We went out on the streets of New York City with McKenzie to watch him surprise and delight passers-by, and we learned quite a bit about where magic comes from in the process. Via CoolHunting
The Beatles last live performance took place Jan 30th 1969 on the roof of Apple Records.
Get Back – 01:03
Don’t let Me Down – 04:18
I’ve Got a Feeling – 07:53
One After 909 – 11:35
Dig a Pony – 14:38
Get Back 18:30