KLM Royal Dutch Airlines hired illusionist Ramana to help them drum up publicity for their new economy comfort line, which offers customers more leg room and further reclining. In Manchester airport, Ramana sat in chair on a raised platform in the middle of the terminal, striking a relaxed pose as he read the paper.
What shocked travelers was that the chair Ramana was lounging on was nowhere in sight. It was invisible. Delighted kids and stunned adults ran their hands underneath him to try to locate the chair but to no avail.
Ramana hasn't divulged his levitation secret and we're stumped. Any thoughts, readers? Let us know in the comments if you think you've figured it out.