Impossible Bottles

Impossible 25 March 2013 0 Comments

An impossible bottle is one that has an object (or objects) inside of it that is physically larger than the neck of the bottle.  The bottles are undamaged with everything inside of the bottle being inserted through the neck.  When viewing an impossible bottle, the only real question that you will find yourself asking is, “How exactly did they get THAT in there?”  These types of bottles have been around for a long time, but they were made popular by magician Herry Eng who passed away in 1996.   Below are a couple of examples of impossible bottles created Merlin Dunlop, operator of the Impossibottle.co.uk website.

Impossibottle 1

Impossibottle 2

Impossibottle 3

 

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