Frank Herrmann Keller
- See also: Frank H. Keller (1876-1940).
Frank Herrmann Keller was a successful semi-professional magician in the Detroit area in the early 1900s.
|Frank Herrmann Keller|
Cover of Sphinx (December 1904)
|Born||October 7, 1883|
He took up the practice of magic in 1902, and by the the spring of 1903 he was on the road with his own magical show, playing through the state of Michigan, and the provinces of Ontario and Quebec in Canada. In 1904 in performed for eight consecutive weeks in Cuba.
Keller was the inventor of the "Mystic Fountain" in which trick a glass tumbler is filled with water and stood on a plate then a stream of water rises from the glass almost fifteen feet into the air. He also originated of a silent thought-transmission act and an illusion called "Ila" where he would vanish while standing on a bare stage enveloped in a flag.
- ↑ Cover, Sphinx, December, 1904
- ↑ Mahatman, July 1905
- ↑ Cover, Sphinx, May, 1906
- ↑ Cover, Sphinx, May 1913