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:

Leo Hevia said...

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.

magicusa said...

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

Anonymous said...

told you so

Jon Oliver

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