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Last Conjurer Of The Cherokee Nation

About Jeramy Neugin

Jeramy Neugin was the son in a father & son Oklahoma Magicians act who use unique one of a kind stories, illusions and humor to promote and preserve their Native American culture and Oklahoma heritage as Lost City Magic. The Cherokee was one of the few tribes who had sleight of hand Magic as part of their culture. They were known as Conjurers. it was all but erased by the genocide removal known as the trail of tears and subsequent interference by missionaries. it's being attempted to return it back to the culture and remove the taboo that is attached to magic by Jeramy and his father Bobby Neugin which is why they are known as the Last Conjurers of the Cherokee Nation. After six years of non stop traveling street and table Magic shows, his father was forced to retire from performing due to health issues, leaving Jeramy to continue on solo as the Last Conjurer of the Cherokee Nation. He currently resides in Lost City, where he can be close to his father and the Cherokee roots that inspire many of his routines. When not performing, Jeramy spends his time researching myths, legends, ghost stories looking for inspiration for a new routine scanning Magic and mentalism books or in his shop building supernatural props and sideshow museum displays, all of which can be seen on his social media sites.