Eugene Bacigalupi

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Eugene Bacigalupi
BornEugene M. Bacigalupi
November 28, 1880
Santa Clara, California
DiedAugust 25, 1954 (age 73)
Santa Clara, California

Rev. Eugene M. Bacigalupi S.J. (1880-1954) was a semi-professional magician turned Jesuit priest.

Biography

He gave a small box of his magic items to another amateur magician, the father of Gene Gable, in the 1950s.[1]

He was a professor of physics at Gonzaga from 1908 until 1911.[2]

Bacigalupi was the head of the physics department at the University of Santa Clara for the last 29 years of his life.[3]

Books

  • Academic Paper, "Christ Was Not a Medium" (analyzes the miracles Jesus performed and gives other-than-occult explanations)

References

  1. http://www.creativepro.com/article/heavy-metal-madness-a-focus-on-hocus-pocus
  2. http://digital.gonzaga.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/p15486coll8/id/905/rec/18
  3. Oakland Tribune August 26, 1954, page 18




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