Tag Archives: 1926

In Memory of Houdini on the 90th Anniversary of His Death

By Tom Interval It’s been 90 years since Harry Houdini (1874–1926) died on Halloween, yet his name lives on—a testament to the genius behind his showmanship, originality, technical abilities, and knack for attaining publicity. Unhappy anniversary, Harry.    

Posted in Anniversaries, Death, Halloween, Holidays, Photoshop Art | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

‘Harry Harry don’t go’: The Final Moments of Houdini’s Life

By Tom Interval Listen to/watch this blog entry in video format → Magicians the world over have heard of magic historian and author Edwin A. Dawes. But there’s another Edwin A. whose role in the history of magic and Houdini … Continue reading

Posted in Auctions, Bess, Death, Letters | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment