We already know about the Milk Can, but there will be other pieces of original Houdini apparatus that have never been exhibited before. I also got a peek at an extraordinary letter written by Bess Houdini in her final days which provides a striking new detail about Houdini's death. That letter will also be on display for all to read.
There's more, but I'm not here to spoil the surprises. I'm just giving an excited heads up that this exhibition is going to be something special and will wow Houdini buffs.
It was clear from our conversation that Dr. Bell is a true admirer of Houdini. He credits the example Houdini's life and work ethic as helping guide him in his own life and career. He feels Houdini can inspire others and that he can be a true hero for young people. This is why he's so passionate about sharing his collection and using it to help tell Houdini's inspiring story.
There will be a special opening day reception at Muzeo next Saturday, October 8, from 4PM-6PM. The event is free but you need to RSVP HERE. I'm going to be there. Hope to see some fellow Houdini nuts there as well.
Thank you for the lunch Randy!