Arthur Herman Goad

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Arthur Herman Goad

Flourished1930s - 1940s

Arthur Herman Goad was a magician in the 1930s and 40s in West Virginia.[1]

Edward L. Rock (after high school) teamed up with Goad and produced a Spook Show entitled, "Ghostilla" which played a number of small towns in Virginia and West Virginia. [2]

An "Arthur Herman Goad" (born October 24, 1909 in Roebuck, West Virginia) was murdered on November 4, 1952 in Charleston, West Virginia.[3]

He marketed some effects and contributed some to Tops.

Bibliography

References

  1. The Dragon,June 1942
  2. Ed Rock, MUM, September, 1964
  3. http://mdnestor.com/goad/goadr22.html


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