Fortune Teller Machines - not just Zoltar anymoreFortune teller machines have been in America for over 100 years, with early versions typically called Gypsies such as one rare version that magician David Copperfield reportedly offered $2 million to purchase. Browse the examples below, check out how a fortune teller is made, and order a fortune teller when you're ready for your own.
Zoltar is the most famous, thanks to his central part in the '80s hit BIG.
Maybe you're more a fan of the Arthurian legend characters.
Or perhaps a regional fortune teller from the luck of the Irish, Hawaii, Chicago, France, or 17th century France.
Also available in fictional characters like Santa, Zeus, aliens, and Sherlock Holmes.
More of an animal lover? Get a bear, parrot, cat, yak or chimp to tell your fortunes.
The wild West is a pretty popular style for mechanical fortune tellers.
Real-life people too. This might be the closest you'll ever get to a politician telling the truth.
And custom fortune telling machines for your personal or business needs.
Next check out the gypsy fortune telling machine building process or buy a fortune teller if you're ready