Saturday, November 5, 2016

LINK: Unlocking the secrets of Houdini’s life in Stamford

Here's a very well-researched article by John Breunig in the Stamford Advocate about Houdini's connections to the town of Stamford, Connecticut. Lots of info here I didn't know about Houdini's forgotten farm. (Click the headline to read.)

Photo: John Breunig | Hearst Connecticut Media.
David and Elaine Sansone, above, live on the Webbs Hill Road property where Houdini once owned a farm. The original house burned down in the 1960s, but the rebuilt home is on the original foundation and in the same saltbox style.

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3 comments:

  1. I like Bill Kalush's speculation that HH sold the farmhouse after owning it only one year because it was too much work to maintain the place.

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  2. Thank you John
    Very Cool article.
    Dorothy Dietrich and Dick Brookz
    The Houdini Museum

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  3. told you so

    Jon Oliver

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