The American Museum of Magic hosts “Houdini Lost and Found” with John Cox on Wednesday, October 20 @ 7pm on Zoom.
What apparatus and props of Houdini’s have survived? What has been lost? And what might just be waiting to be found in an attic near you? Join the American Museum of Magic for a presentation and Q&A session with John Cox, a speaker and writer with a self-confessed Houdini obsession. This will be the last Magic Speaker Series presentation of 2021, so don’t miss out!
John Cox has studied the life of Harry Houdini for over 40 years. He consults on Houdini projects for radio, television, stage and film, and writes a popular blog devoted to the magician, WILD ABOUT HARRY (wildabouthoudini.com). A graduate of USC, John has written for film and television. He’s also a member of the world famous Magic Castle in Hollywood. John lives in Los Angeles where he writes his blog and is currently working on a book about Houdini’s life and career. This presentation is FREE for museum members and a $10 donation to the museum for non-members.
Register today at: https://american-museum-of-magic.square.site/