Houdini Museum

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[[Houdini Museum]] in Scranton Pennsylvania is a privately run museum dedicated to the life and work of [[Harry Houdini]]. Owner [[Dorothy Dietrich]] and [[Dick Brooks]] lead visitors through the museum while describing the life and accomplishments of Houdini. They also do magic shows.
 
[[Houdini Museum]] in Scranton Pennsylvania is a privately run museum dedicated to the life and work of [[Harry Houdini]]. Owner [[Dorothy Dietrich]] and [[Dick Brooks]] lead visitors through the museum while describing the life and accomplishments of Houdini. They also do magic shows.
  
Prior to opening in Scranton, part of the exhibit was on display for 13 years at the [[Magic Towne House]] in New York City.
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Prior to opening in Scranton, part of the exhibit was on display for 13 years at the [[Magic Towne House]] in New York City.<ref>http://www.houdini.org/</ref>
  
 
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== References ==
* http://www.houdini.org/
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Latest revision as of 13:48, 5 May 2012

Houdini Museum in Scranton Pennsylvania is a privately run museum dedicated to the life and work of Harry Houdini. Owner Dorothy Dietrich and Dick Brooks lead visitors through the museum while describing the life and accomplishments of Houdini. They also do magic shows.

Prior to opening in Scranton, part of the exhibit was on display for 13 years at the Magic Towne House in New York City.[1]

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  1. http://www.houdini.org/
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