Tuesday, December 15, 2020

2020 in the bag


It's time for me to take my year end break and put 2020 in the bag. While Covid made this a year most would like to forget, it was still a pretty great year for Houdini! Have a safe and happy holiday season. I will see you all in 2021 for what I expect will be a better year for the world and another WILD year for Harry.

2020 in Review:
January (29 posts)
February (25 posts)
March (27 posts)
April (29 posts)
May (29 posts)
June (25 posts)
July (29 posts)
August (23 posts)
September (30 posts)
October (31 posts)
November (27 post)

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8 comments:

  1. Well done John, fantastic work all year despite the restrictions. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and we look forward to more "Wild About Harry" in 2021.

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  2. Thank you for all your amazing blogging...it made a challenging year just a bit easier to face. I hope you have a lovely break and am looking forward to all you have in store to share and discover throughout next year

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  3. John, Truly an amazing job you do. I love this site and recommend it all the time to everyone interested in Houdini and history. Be seeing you in 2021!

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  4. Happy Holidays and New Year, John! Here's to 2021!!

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  5. Thank you for another fantastic HH rollercoaster ride this year! Happy holidays and New Year!

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  6. Happy Holidays, John!
    Thanks for this fantastic site!

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  7. Happy Houdini Holidays to you! I’ve enjoyed your blog so much this year.

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  8. Our best to all. Since your blog is closed for the year, here are a few end of year events we are involved in. A nice blog about key escape artists like Houdini, Hardeen, etc., that proudly includes Dorothy Dietrich. Check it out.
    http://www.magicnevin.com/blog/escapology-landmark-tricks-throughout-its-history/
    AND..
    Dorothy will be on TRICK OR TREAT streams, Monday, at 11AM on the Parlor of Mystery Facebook page. The recorded version will be available on the Mike Maione channel on YouTube.

    Dick Brookz, and Dorothy Dietrich;
    The Houdini Museum,Scranton, PA
    The Only Building in the World Dedicated to Houdini

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