In December a reporter asked Bess Houdini about the Virginia phenomena and, as you'll read below, she dismissed it as "bunk" (others would eventually come to the same conclusion). But what I really like about this article is Bess's description of bouncing beds and other trickery inside her former home of 278.
|The Skyland Post, Dec. 29, 1938.|
Houdini's bed survives today in the collection of Jon Oliver. No reports of bouncing.