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Photo Gallery: ‘America’s Got Talent’ Star Aiden Sinclair’s ‘Illusions of the Passed’ Magic Show

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Illusions of the Passed by Aiden Sinclair at The Stanley Hotel

CHICAGO – While vacationing in Colorado, an unusual twist of fate landed me before “America’s Got Talent” star Aiden Sinclair while staying at The Stanley Hotel. His one-man show, “Illusions of the Passed,” took place in the billiards room of the hotel where Stephen King’s “The Shining” was inspired. Here are photos from the unusual experience.

A grifter turned professional magician, Aiden spent 20 years evading federal agents. He eventually succumbed to the law and divulged his life of con schemes and aliases. After five years in prison, Aiden transformed his con skills into practicing the art of deception for entertainment.


Photographs by: Adam Fendelman
Published by: Adam Fendelman, Publisher, HollywoodChicago.com
Special thanks: Aiden Sinclair, The Stanley Hotel

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