AMAZING!!!

Brad Byers, Juggler, Sword Swallower, Human Block Head, Tarantula and Scorpion Bubble Blower, Guinness Record Holder!

Click the photo below to watch Brad's Top Wizardry

"Light the Torch and Eat Fire"

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Webpage design by
Dr. Tracy L. Skaer

The Amazing World of Brad Byers, Sword Swallower, Juggler, Bed of Nails, Tarantula and Scorpion Bubble Blower, Yoyo, Tops, Balancing
BRAD BYERS IS NOT A MAGICIAN.
ALL ACTS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE GENUINE
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GRANDMASTER YO-YO ARTIST,
THROWING TOPS, AND NOVELTY HULA HOOPING

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Brad Byers is considered a "Grandmaster" yo-yo artist. He has mastered over 300 yo-yo tricks which includes several that he invented. He is very proficient and uses 2 yo-yo's at once to perform the Wirly Bird (2 yo-yos looping at once), Criss Cross (looping 2 yo-yos at once with the lines crossing), and Hip Hoop (looping 2 yo-yos at once with one yo-yo hooping up and over the second yo-yo). Other featured tricks include the Sharpshooter (yo-yo knocks a poker chip off the ear of a audience volunteer) Popping Corn, Gunslinger, Park the Dragster in the Garage, and the Yo launcher.

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Brad perfoms more than 30 throwing top tricks; many of which are a very rare sight to see. He even throws and spins a monster top the size and weight of a bowling ball with the aid of a 13 foot rope! A few of his elaborate tricks include: Wire Walker (top travels from one hand to the other along the string), Circle the Globe (top is thrown behind the back and caught in front spinning in the palm), and Rock the Baby with a Top (see above).

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Brad especially enjoys novelty hula hooping while juggling and escaping from a straight jacket! Click on the photo above to watch the vido of his straight jacket escape.

WARNING!!!
Do NOT attempt any of these amazing feats. SEVERE INJURY OR
DEATH WILL RESULT!
Brad Byers accepts
NO Responsibility for viewer actions or behaviors. This site contains GRAPHIC PICTURES.

Photos by Dr. Tracy L. Skaer
and Helen Covington