Interactive Panorama of Houdini’s Grave

Here’s an interactive 360-degree panorama of Houdini’s grave at Machpelah Cemetery in Queens, New York. Okay, actually, it’s more like 270 degrees, but it still shows a lot for a little picture. Technically, it’s a video (.mov) file. I found it on the Web at least a few years ago, but I’m not sure where. If you know, please drop me a line and I’ll credit whoever made this. Simply visit this page and click and drag on the image to move it left, right, up, or down. You can also zoom in and out using the control at the bottom or by using the Shift and Ctrl keys.

(Sorry, WordPress wouldn’t let me embed the image here.)

Tom Interval

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2 Responses to Interactive Panorama of Houdini’s Grave

  1. I spotted Houdini’s ghost in this. 🙂

    It looks like there are two white mounds where Leo and Gladys are buried?

  2. Houdini says:

    Yes! Isn’t that funny? I wish I knew who made this. And yes, it looks as if the two marker spots were filled in with something. Or maybe they’re just the damaged remains of the markers themselves.

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