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Peter Warlock

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Peter Warlock (1904-1995), born Alec William Bell, was a semi professional magician and publisher of The Pentagram from 1946 to 1959 and The New Pentagram from 1969 to 1989.

Peter Warlock
BornAlec William Bell
June 23, 1904
London, England
DiedDecember 16, 1995 (age 91)
CategoriesBooks by Peter Warlock

He also wrote a column in Magigram and served as editor of The Gen.

Peter Warlock was asked to accept the Honorary Life Presidency of the Blackpool Magician Club after the death of Edward Victor.

Honors and Awards

In 1952, he was awarded the IBM's British Ring Shield. His magician daughter, Elizabeth Warlock won the award in 1953.

Bibliography

Contributions

  • Giant Size Triple Tubes ???

Books

References

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