In Rosenblatt's account, Houdini comes across as much sicker than one gets from the other tellings. It also contains this heartbreaking and somewhat chilling detail that, as far as I know, had never appeared in any book:
"It seemed that he was unable to open his eyes while he was putting on his make-up for the performance."
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UPDATE: Patrick Culliton pointed out that he has the full affidavit on his website Houdini's Ghost. This includes events starting with Rosenblatt's arrival on the scene in Providence on October 4, 1926.