Ripley's Believe It Or Not declared him King of Escapists. Police officials have called him potentially dangerous, unstoppable, and unbelievable. Lock manufacturers despise and covet his secret. Had he lived 300 years ago, he may have been burned as a witch.
His exploits have been covered by every medium from Associated Press to prime time national television. The escapist's appearances in Ripley's Believe It Or Not have been translated into 17 languages around the globe.
The most dangerous escapes ever performed are the crowning masterwork of Anthony Martin. Whether escaping from a box thrown out of an airplane or a cage lowered under the ice of a water filled quarry, he consistently defies all odds. Having completely divorced himself from the tricks of illusionists, he has clearly defined and personified the Great Escape. An Anthony performance is a genuine vicarious thrill for the viewer, a smorgasbord of excitement executed with the finesse of a master pianist.
This "school of hard locks" has culminated into presentable stage escapes without peer in the escape profession. Anthony performs the majority of his escapes in full view of his audiences. He also offers $25,000 to anyone who can prove he uses any faked locks or handcuffs.