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Sunday, May 14, 2006 

The Death and Resurrection Show

I was fascinated by Houdini as a kid for a brief period (one of many reasons I loved Glen David Gold's fantastic Carter Beats The Devil), and it's been years since I've read of him. This article corrects many misconceptions my childhood reading left me with, and would be excellent even if I hadn't had those misconceptions in the first place.

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