The Man Who Killed Houdini

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Author/collaborator
Title
The Man Who Killed Houdini
Abstract
On October 22, 1926, Montrealer J. Gordon Whitehead stepped into Harry Houdini’s dressing room and sucker-punched the legendary magician and illusionist in the stomach. Nine days later, Houdini was dead. Whitehead vanished from the public eye. The author spent twenty years tracking down clues to the whereabouts of the mysterious Whitehead and the two witnesses to the incident. He concludes that Houdini’s death may not have been an accident
Place
Montreal
Publisher
Véhicule Press
Date
2004
Language
en
Citation
Bell, Don. The Man Who Killed Houdini. Montreal: Véhicule Press, 2004.
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