Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Houdini 2018 Halloween rundown

Tomorrow marks the 92nd anniversary of Houdini's death, and, as usual, there are no shortage of events looking to bring him back!

  • The Official Houdini Seance will be held this year in Baltimore at the Jewish Museum of Maryland. The event will feature talks by Houdini experts and performances by magicians. The museum is currently home to the exhibition Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini. Note: This event is SOLD OUT.
  • The Original Houdini Seance will once again be held at Sojourn Restaurant in New York City, the site of Houdini's boyhood home. Guests of honor will include author Alain Nu and Cynthia von Buhler, whose show The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini is playing to rave reviews (and will have a Halloween night performance). The seance starts at 11:30 AM and is free, but you'll need to register HERE.
  • Dixie Dooley will hold his 33rd Annual Houdini Seance in Las Vegas. The seance starts at 1:26 PM at Headz Up in the Boulevard Mall, 3542 South Maryland Pkwy. Admission is free, but arrive early for preferred seating.
  • Psychic Comedienne and Medium Jill Marie Morris will again hold her Harry Houdini Halloween Vigil at Dearly Departed Tours & Museum in Hollywood, CA. Note: This event is SOLD OUT.

Which event will Houdini attend? Stay tuned!

Houdini 2018 Halloween jack-o’-lantern by Tom Interval at Houdini Museum.

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1 comment:

  1. Great event!
    Twice at the moment Dorothy Dietrich asked for Houdini to give a sign, a phone rang. Did not ring any other time. There are several chandliers around the room and only the two above the seance table began to sway. Quite noticeable. We would have had celebrity Cynthia von Buhler of the hit show The Girl Who handcuffed Houdini sit at the head of the table, but she was pushed away by a person who barged in that was not invited to sit there. Not respectful or part of OUR Houdini Museum “Original Houdini Séance”, that has been going on for decades.

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