By Renee Fite
Magicians Bobby and Jeramy Neugin, of Hulbert, create new illusions and tricks which combine stories of Cherokee lore with their entertainment.
“We’re Cherokee. And the only Cherokee magicians. We study our myths and legends to incorporate them,” Jeramy said. “Like the origin of a dream catcher, We use one to pull out dreams or nightmares from audience members. We use colored lights, and the dream catcher turns into a sponge then an arrow.”
“Giant waspers came out of a mountain and ate kids and elderly people, God made lightening strike the mountain so men could get in and burn the waspers,” Bobby said. “We have dirt from the mountain from which we produce live waspers.”