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before The Crowned Heads Of Europe!
Higley, aka 'The Phantom Of The Midway' was the originator of the
being exhibited on the Carnival Midways of America and even Puerto Rico!
to see about them and The TRUTH about Chupacabras!
Legendary Side Show Expert and Performer Todd Robbins has stated: "Doug has made some joyously gut-wrenching creations. He has real secrets folks. Real secrets!"
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Seven of the 'Zibits' were on an Incredible, Unprecidented, Exclusive Royal Exhibition Tour of the UK for a Major Charity!
Sideshow History was made! It IS the Unprecedented
Royal Tour! The exact same Show Plan Higley devised for the US showmen and became the Flea Market standard also worked for this HUGE Charity Tour.
'Little Doug' 'Foolertains' a City in the UK in a major legit Museum!!
The Truth is out! Click Image
Click the Image for exclusive Info and photos of The ROYAL TOUR! Finally it can be told!
This site features the work of Doug Higley who created props for Working Magicians, Mentalists and Displays for Museum Exhibits. Nothing is or ever was for sale to the General Public or on eBay.
Allow All Photos to load please. LOTS of photos! None of these objects are offered for sale and belong to collectors and showmen world wide.
This page contains just a small sample of the countless 'Zibits' Higley created over the years...
It's a secret world inhabited by Showmen and ShowWomen...
"A Single-O 'Grind Show' is like having your own little Sci-Fi or Adventure movie show, except, you are presenting your 'story' LIVE...But it is of the same purpose, to entertain and create a sense of wonder in the viewer and for some maybe a bit of nostalgia as well...keeping the paying customer HAPPY and AMAZED and hopefully scratching their head in wonder, wrinkling a brow and even cracking a smile... True Showmen have fun and make a few bucks along the way while entertaining their 'audience'. It is a show tradition going back to the 1600's...step this way..."